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OTHER ISSUES OF CONCERNS FOR TEENS

ADD / ADHD

Attention deficit disorder (ADD) is now referred to as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). ADHD is a neurological disorder that is characterized by impulsiveness, hyperactivity, and attention difficulties.

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COMPUTER ADDICTION

America now exists in a time when everything is accessible at the touch of a button. Computers are widely available, and relatively inexpensive.

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ADOPTED TEEN

There is a common debate as to whether a young person’s genes play a larger role than the way in which he or she was raised (nature versus nurture).

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PSYCHOSIS

Psychosis is a mental disorder, described as an impaired relationship with reality. For a young person suffering from psychosis, his or her delusions and or hallucinations feel real.

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DUAL DIAGNOSIS / CO-OCCURRING DISORDER

A dual diagnosis, also known as a co-occurring disorder, is when an adolescent has a mental health disorder in addition to a chemical dependency.

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CONVERSION DISORDER

Conversion disorder is also known as functional neurological disorder.

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Further Information

Seeking help is never easy, but you are not alone! If you or someone you know is in need of mental health treatment, we strongly encourage you to reach out for help as quickly as possible. It is not uncommon for many mental health difficulties to impact a person’s life, long term. Seeking support at the beginning of one’s journey can put the individual in the best position to learn how to manage themselves in a healthy way so they can go on to live happy and fulfilling lives.

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