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Depression in young people: case study

Claire is a 14 year old who feels ‘down’, tired and irritable and has become withdrawn, losing interest in many of the things she previously enjoyed. There appears to be no obvious trigger to her issues.

  • What more do you need to know?
  • Do you use any tools to help with a diagnosis?
  • What would you like to do ideally? Is this available to you?

David is 16 and has recently become a patient of yours. He has previously been treated for depression with paroxetine and says he can feel himself ‘slipping back down the slope’.

  • Would you consider re-starting his medication?
  • What would you do next?


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