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Pediatric & Adolescent Depression

 

 

Young people with depression may exhibit different symptoms from adults with depression. Children and adolescents may complain that they don’t feel well, may refuse to go to school, or may worry that a loved one may leave or die. Sudden changes in weight or in sleep patterns may also be signs of depression. Older depressed teenagers may get into trouble at school or show reduced interest in activities they previously enjoyed, such as playing sports or spending time with friends.

 

According to the journal Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, it is estimated that approximately 1 percent to 2 percent of children and 3 percent to 8 percent of adolescents have depression.

 

If your child suffers from symptoms of depression, they may qualify for one of our NO COST research studies. Our studies offer free thorough medical evaluations and study-related medication.

 

The test below may help you assess if your child has symptoms of adolescent depression:

 

 

Yes/No      Has your child had a depressed (or irritable) mood?

 

Yes/No      Has your child had a diminished interest or loss of pleasure in almost all activities?

 

Yes/No      Has your child had sleep disturbance?

 

Yes/No       Has your child had weight change, appetite disturbance, or failure to achieve expected weight gain?

 

Yes/No      Has your child had decreased concentration or indecisiveness?

 

Yes/No      Has your child had suicidal ideation or thoughts of death?

 

Yes/No      Has your child had psychomotor agitation or retardation?

 

Yes/No      Has your child had fatigue or loss of energy?

 

Yes/No      Has your child had feelings of worthlessness or inappropriate guilt?

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If you answered yes to at least 5 of the questions above (including at least 1 of the first 2 questions) during the same 2-week period, your child may be suffering from depression.

 

 

Call 1-888-STUDY-411 to speak to one of our knowledgeable, caring staff members to set up a consultation and perhaps apply for one of our research studies AT NO COST to you; or you may contact us by filling out the simple contact form below. One of our staff will call you within 24 hours.

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Pediatric & Adolescent Depression

 

 

Young people with depression may exhibit different symptoms from adults with depression. Children and adolescents may complain that they don’t feel well, may refuse to go to school, or may worry that a loved one may leave or die. Sudden changes in weight or in sleep patterns may also be signs of depression. Older depressed teenagers may get into trouble at school or show reduced interest in activities they previously enjoyed, such as playing sports or spending time with friends.

 

According to the journal Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, it is estimated that approximately 1 percent to 2 percent of children and 3 percent to 8 percent of adolescents have depression.

 

If your child suffers from symptoms of depression, they may qualify for one of our NO COST research studies. Our studies offer free thorough medical evaluations and study-related medication.

 

The test below may help you assess if your child has symptoms of adolescent depression:

 

 

Yes/No      Has your child had a depressed (or irritable) mood?

 

Yes/No      Has your child had a diminished interest or loss of pleasure in almost all activities?

 

Yes/No      Has your child had sleep disturbance?

 

Yes/No       Has your child had weight change, appetite disturbance, or failure to achieve expected weight gain?

 

Yes/No      Has your child had decreased concentration or indecisiveness?

 

Yes/No      Has your child had suicidal ideation or thoughts of death?

 

Yes/No      Has your child had psychomotor agitation or retardation?

 

Yes/No      Has your child had fatigue or loss of energy?

 

Yes/No      Has your child had feelings of worthlessness or inappropriate guilt?

 

 

If you answered yes to at least 5 of the questions above (including at least 1 of the first 2 questions) during the same 2-week period, your child may be suffering from depression.

 

 

Call 1-888-STUDY-411 to speak to one of our knowledgeable, caring staff members to set up a consultation and perhaps apply for one of our research studies AT NO COST to you; or you may contact us by filling out the simple contact form below. One of our staff will call you within 24 hours.

 

Contact Info

 

1317 W. Foothill Blvd., Suite #200

Upland, CA 91786

 

studies@pcrmg.com

 

1.888.788.39411

 

 

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