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Adolescent Depression is devastating.

Teen depression isn’t a weakness or something that can be overcome with willpower. For most teens, depression symptoms ease with treatment such as medication and psychological counseling. Symptoms can include:

  • Crying spells for no apparent reason
  • Feeling hopeless or empty
  • Irritable or annoyed mood
  • Frustration over small matters
  • Loss of interest in normal activities
  • Conflict with family and friends
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Even when your friend and family become aware of your continuing mental illness, they are often reluctant to discuss it because they are afraid how you will react – and really – they don’t know how to. WE DO. We know how to address your concerns and help you on the path to recovery.

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SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT CLINICAL RESEARCH AND WE’LL GIVE YOU $50 FOR EVERY FRIEND YOU REFER THAT SIGNS A CONSENT FORM, AND ANOTHER $50 WHEN THEY PASS A SCREENING!

Here’s how it works….

  1. Your friend must be new to Gulf Coast Clinical Research
  2. Your friend must provide your name and phone number
  3. We will compensate you when your friends pass screening and are eligible
  4. There is no limit to the amount of people you can refer… so start referring today!
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CONTINUING WORK ON TREATING DEPRESSION

IS DEPRESSION RUINING YOUR LIFE?

  • Do the following symptoms apply to you?
  • Feelings of sadness or unhappiness
  • Aggravation over trivial things
  • Loss of interest or pleasure in most activities
  • Loss of libido

Maybe it’s time you did something about it.