A Pill For Everything? Think Again
Plenty of kids these days take antidepressants, but too few of those kids go to therapy as well according to a new study. And that means big problems. Children who take antidepressants but don’t see a therapist are less likely to see positive change and are more likely to be suicidal. Whether because of cost or stigma, many parents view pills as magic bullets and therapy as unnecessary, reports USA Today. To read more click here.