Adolescent Depression: Emerging Treatments | Greenwich Hospital Foundation

Adolescent Depression: Emerging Treatments

Adolescent Depression: Emerging Treatments

March 28, 2018 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Noble Conference Center, Greenwich Hospital
Greenwich Hospital Foundation Women's Health Initiative

Teen depression left untreated can cause a range of emotional and physical problems, including excessive sleepiness and hopelessness.

Michael Bloch, MD
Michael Bloch, MD

Michael H. Bloch, MD, MS, will address symptoms of adolescent depression and his work in evidence-based treatments.

Free. To attend one or more of these lectures, call 888-305-9253 or register online at:

Visitor parking at Greenwich Hospital is very limited and carpooling is encouraged.

Child and Adolescent Lecture Series
This lecture is part of a special three-part series sponsored by the Greenwich Hospital Foundation Women’s Health Initiative covering important topics of child and adolescent depression, anxiety and aggression. Guest speakers practice at the Yale Child Study Center, where clinicians and scholars come together to develop innovative programs to support children’s mental health and development.

Upcoming lectures:
Irritability and Aggression in Children and Adolescents – April 4, 2018
Child and Adolescent Anxiety – May 1, 2018