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Adolescent suicide rates are on the rise. Licensed clinical social worker Amory Haley offers advice to parents regarding this alarming trend.
If you’re in a situation where you realize that your child is struggling, whether it’s with bullying or a mental health issue such as anxiety or depression, talk to your child. Ask the difficult questions and then reach out for help.
Our Lady of Peace has clinicians available 24/7 to help assess a child and find the appropriate level of care.
The Crossroads or the partial hospital program at Our Lady of Peace is a more intensive day program where they attend group therapy and individual and family therapy. And they have a psychiatrist that would work with them to address any medication concerns or issues.
If you or someone you love is experiencing symptoms of depression, please contact Our Lady of Peace for an assessment and assistance with treatment options. Our assessment and referral center is available 24/7 at 502.451.3333.