As a well-established Southern California based Teen Depression Rehab Treatment Center, Teen Depression provides treatment programs (e.g. Personalized & Intensive Depression Therapy, Residential Depression Treatment, Depression Rehab, Intensive Outpatient Program) for a wide variety of mental health disorders that affects teenagers between the ages of 12-17 years old. Treatment programs differ depending on the type of mental health disorder, severity of the symptoms, and the needs of the patient.
We provide treatment programs for:
- Depression Anxiety
While anxiety and depression are different mental health disorders, people with depression may exhibit symptoms of an anxiety disorder such as irritability, lack of concentration, and nervousness. Read More »
- Borderline Personality
Some symptoms of clinical depression may be experienced by individuals diagnosed with BPD. This includes symptoms such as moodiness, persistent sadness, significant weight gain or loss, decreased interest in previously enjoyed activities, irritability, and loss of energy. Read More »
- Self-Harm / Cutting
For individuals who do not seek professional help, self-harm/cutting becomes a means of escape, a way to release pent-up emotions, or a way to punish themselves. There are different forms of self-harm such as cutting, persistently picking at wounds, and other forms of self-injury. It is typically a cry for help and it must not be ignored since over half of the people who die of suicide have a history of self-harm. Read More »
- Bipolar Disorder
Bipolar Disorder is marked by extreme shifts between mania and depressive episodes. During a depressive episode, an individual experiences symptoms present in clinic depression such as irritability, sadness, agitation, feelings of worthlessness, apathy, loss of energy, and pessimism. Read More »
- Asperger’s Syndrome
Asperger’s Syndrome is a neurobiological disorder that falls on the higher-functioning end of the autism spectrum. It is characterized by an individual’s repetitive mannerisms, pedantic style of speaking, higher than average intellectual ability, impaired social skills, and motor clumsiness. These factors often lead to them being ostracized due to social stigma, low self-esteem, and depression. Read More »
If you have further questions regarding mental health disorders and what we can do to help teenagers diagnosed with such disorders, please contact us at 888-226-0766 for more information.