Graduating from high school or college is a major transitional event. Add to that depression, bipolar or other mood disorder, and the lives of young adults suffering from these conditions can become paralyzed with fear, stress and uncertainty. These conditions are common but treatable.
On this program, adult psychiatrist, Dr. Jerry Halverson, and Medical Director for FOCUS, a new residential treatment program at Rogers Memorial Hospital designed to help young adults ages 18-30, describes how evidence-based therapy combined with basic life skills education can change the lives of young people and help them become enthused about living again.
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