Over two million children 3 to 17 years old have been diagnosed with depression, and it has been getting worse, even before the recent pandemic.

Having a depressed child in the family causes suffering beyond the child themselves. It naturally affects everyone.

Since my first book was published in 1985, I have helped more than 1,000 parents whose children have been diagnosed with clinical depression, with my courses, podcasts, and private counseling.

And through this experience, I’ve discovered 3 simple but powerful ways parents can help a depressed child open up, whether or not they are on medication.

These 3 ways can help parents with:

Knowing how to help them regain their natural energy and motivation.

Having ways to stimulate their desire to engage with family and others.

Knowing what to say, and not say, so that they will no longer suffer in silence.

Now, for a limited time, I’m giving away my guide to these 3 powerful ways to help, for free.

To get my free guide, 3 Ways to Help a Clinically Depressed Child Open Up, before it comes down soon, head on over to the following link now:




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