A Guide for Parents of Children with Mood Disorders
Learning that your child has a mood disorder, like depression or bipolar disorder, can be frightening and disorienting. You are suddenly plunged into a new world of confusing medical terms, treatment options, and clinician choices, while facing decisions about appropriate education for your child and how to best manage the needs of your family. You may feel isolated and unsure of just what to do. Take a deep breath and remember, you are not alone. DBSA is here to help.