How To Recognize and Address Teenage Depression and when to seek professional help with Dr. Alison Larson Depression in teenagers can be difficult to identify. In this video, we discuss the signs and symptoms of teenage depression as compared to normal teenage behavior and expression. If you’re worried about your teen, please seek professional help.True Health’s Intensive Outpatient Program is designed to provide intensive outpatient treatment for adolescents and young adults that struggle with depression and/or anxiety. The program offers a therapeutic group approach, psychiatric assessments and medication management, individualized treatment plans, and family support. Alison Larson, DO, is a board-certified adult, child, and adolescent psychiatrist. She grew up in New Jersey, and after attending medical school there, she completed her general psychiatry residency at Temple University in Philadelphia. Subsequently, Dr. Larson moved to Florida to complete her fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at the University of Florida. Dr. Larson has worked in various clinical settings and enjoys working with patients and their families to meet their treatment goals. She applies compassion, knowledge, and thoroughness to her work to provide high-quality patient care.If you or someone you know is struggling with depression or severe anxiety, please call us today at 813-491-8680 or visit www.truehealthcew.com for more information about our Intensive Outpatient Program.