• Dr. Brenda Graham, PhD

Childhood Depression

According to an article published by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), 1 in 7 children ages 2 to 8 years has a mental, behavioral, or developmental disorder. This report was based on parent reported information from 2011-2012 survey conducted by the National Survey of Children’s Health. The report indicated that children aged 2 to 8 years had a diagnosed mental, behavioral, or developmental disorder (MBDD). Many family, community, and health-care factors were cited as being related to the children having MBDDs. Among them:


Children with the following characteristics were more likely to have a MBDD:

-Boys

-Children age 6 to 8 years

-Non-Hispanic white children


Children were more likely to have a MBDD if they were from;


-Poor families (those living at less than 100% of the federal poverty level), and

-Families that spoke English in the home


Help Pathway Counseling of Savannah (PCOS) help the children in our community who are suffering with depression. Support us with your patronage, tax-deductible donations, and voluteer services. Contact Dr. Brenda Graham, at (912) 604-5867 to learn more or to schedule a free 15-Minute Consultation.



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