Let us know if you're interested. We can give you the timings and discuss costs and insurance. Your email will go straight to the professional running the support group.
Back to Moodzone. Depression can make you feel isolated. It can be helpful to meet with other people who understand what it's like.
DBSA online support groups provide people living with depression and bipolar disorder a place to share experiences, discuss coping skills, and offer hope to one another. DBSA support groups are peer-led, meaning they are facilitated by someone living with a mood disorder. Currently there are groups for peers, young adults, and friends and family members.
Mental health conditions are common among teens and young adults. A mental health condition isn't your fault or your family's fault — these conditions develop for complicated reasons that researchers are only just starting to understand. But we do know a lot about how you can live well with a mental health condition.
Being a teenager can be tough. There are changes taking place in your body and brain that can affect how you learn, think, and behave. And if you are facing tough or stressful situations, it is normal to have emotional ups and downs.
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If you think you might have depression, you're not alone. Find out more about this common, treatable condition and what to do if you're affected by it. We all feel low or down at times but if your negative emotions last a long time or feel very severe, you may have depression.
During the teenage years striking changes take place in the body as well as the brain. Youth are particularly vulnerable to mental health challenges including — depression, anxiety, ADHD, self-harm, eating disorders and more. You are not alone.
If your teenager is showing signs of depression, you may find yourself wondering whether it's 'just a phase' or something more serious. On average, three young people in every classroom are affected by mental health problems like depression. Many go undiagnosed and never get the help they need.