Teens’ resilience and ability to bounce back from mental distress challenges the perceived need for programs to screen and refer depressed or anxious teens to mental health practitioners for further evaluation and treatment

Half of Depressed, Anxious Teens Recover Without Mental Health Treatment, Study Finds

Research indicates the resilience of adolescents is effective, can avoid the ineffectiveness, harms and costs of pharmacological and psychological treatments.

The findings [of the study] suggest that after 1 year, about 54% of young people with symptoms of anxiety and/or depression recover without any specific mental health treatment.”

— Anna Roach, PhD candidate, Queen Mary University of London

WASHINGTON, DC, US, July 26, 2023/EINPresswire.com/ -- A systematic review and meta-ana...


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