You’ve noticed some changes in your teen.
One day he or she is feeling sad and hopeless, and the next day,
worried, afraid, and unsettled.

What do you do? 

Many parents worry when their child starts acting moody or exhibiting negative behavior. And, while it is normal for kids to be worried or sad from time to time, it is important to differentiate between what is normal and what could be a sign of a deeper problem.

While it’s normal to have ups and downs, approximately 1 in 8 children experience moderate to extreme anxiety and 20% experience depression. 

When anxiety or depression affect kids and families, many are left feeling:

● lack of understanding
● an increase in arguing and frustration
● withdrawal and isolation
● fear and worry
● an increase in substance use or self-harming behaviors
● grief
● discontent

Anxiety and depression are like the opposite sides of the same coin.

As a therapist, over 75% of the families I work with are experiencing some level of anxiety or depression. Often the two go hand in hand.

Hi, I'm Julie Smith, licensed psychotherapist, behaviorist and adolescent specialist.
For almost three decades, I have dedicated myself to the field of family and adolescent development. I specialize not only in helping parents + professionals speak teen, but I also offer support during high-risk, high-need situations.

That is exactly why I created What to Do When™ your Teen is Anxious or Depressed, a unique parent guide to understand and address mental health in teens.

For just $29.95,
you will receive…

The What to Do When™ Parent Guide

What to Do When™ Your Teen is Anxious or Depressed is an introductory essential guide, delivered in multiple forms: video, audio and transcript - so you can get the information how you want it. Topics covered include:

● Identifying the symptoms of depression and anxiety.

● Understanding the difference between depressions and anxiety.

● Learn to talk with your teen about how he or she is feeling.

● Learn to help your teen identify triggers that cause anxiety and depression.

● Help your child discover coping tools.

● Identify a mental health provider that can support you and your teen.

● Manage your own feelings. 

Your Resource Library + Toolkit

The What to Do When™ Essential Toolbox + Resource Library is packed with my top tricks, tools, interviews, resources and expert advice to help you support your child during this stage of life. A sampling of printables in this essential include:

● Self-Care for Teens

● Building your Personal Support Team

● Creating a Safety Plan

● Choosing a Counselor

...and much more.

Continued Community + Support

Access to our private message forum in the What to Do When™ library to connect with me and my team. This is your opportunity to ask us anything. 

A private one-hour session with me costs $300. What to Do When™ gives you my expert advice for a fraction of that price! 

In addition, you will have continued access to  this product, updates and the forum for the lifetime of this product.  

 

 

Bonuses

You'll also receive access in your library to the following invaluable bonuses for parents of teens.

● What to Do When Parent Mini-Guide, "Meet the Tween" 

● What to Do When your Tween or Teen is in Crisis

"I was so scared because I didn't understand what was going on with my daughter. Your program gave me the insight I needed to get her support. "

Todd, father of 2 (14 and 6)

This product is for you if:

  • you are worried that your child is anxious or depressed.
  • you are able to help your child seek additional therapeutic support.
  • you are ready to listen to your child about what he or she is experiencing.
  • you want to learn about what anxiety and depression are and are not.
  • you want to have courageous conversations with your child about their mental well-being. 
  • you want to be proactive.
  • you want your child to know he or she isn’t alone or powerless.
 

This product is NOT for you if:

  • don’t believe anxiety or depression are real.
  • want your child to “snap out of it.”
  • believe anxiety and depression are just a phase.
  • don’t believe your child.
  • pretend it will go away.
  • want to blame others or shame your child.
  • feel your child is a problem to be fixed.
  • are looking for a magic pill, quick fix or one-size-fits-all solution.

What to Do When™ supports you in being the parent your child needs.

And, what your child needs is understanding, support and an investment … an investment in them and in you.

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