Family and Friends Support Group These group members share mutual feelings, experiences and strategies to reduce stress and promote self-care. They will learn more about mood disorders and caring about their loved ones..... an important process for caregivers, family members and friends to sustain their own physical/mental stability Family members and close friends can feel intense stress in coping with another person's depression/ bipolar disorder. Group attendance, while not therapy, can have a positive effect on its members. Group attendance is free to all 18 years old and above. This group meets twice monthly in North Baltimore City. For more details, contact: Lou Borowicz, group facilitator Phone: 410-467-4709 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Families for Depression Awareness is presenting a free Teen Depression webinar on Thursday, March 21 from 7:00 to 8:15 PM ET/ 4:00 to 5:15 PM PT. Presenter Rebekah Gibbons, LICSW, will provide a wonderful overview of Teen Depression. This webinar covers an overview of what teen depression is; communication strategies for teens and parents; treatment options; where to get help; and what to do if help is refused. The program is designed for parents, guardians, caregivers, youth workers, and any adults interested in teen mental health. If you are worried about a teen, new to the topic, proactively seeking education, or in need of a refresher on teen depression, this webinar is for you. Register to join us for a live webinar discussion.
After the webinar, complete our online evaluation and we'll send you a free selection of educational teen-focused readings.