Today's teens face issues and problems that have a profound impact on their own and others' lives. These books deal with difficult topics such as depression, anger, stress, eating disorders, suicide, panic disorder, and ADD and ADHD. Each book defines the problem, describes its effects, discusses dilemmas teens may face, and provides steps teens can take to move ahead. These books introduce and explore key concepts as defined by the National Health Education Standards and the National Standards for School Counseling Programs.
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What Is Bipolar Disorder?
Types of Bipolar Disorder
How Is Bipolar Disorder Diagnosed?
Bipolar Disorder in Children and Teens
How Is Bipolar Disorder Treated?
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