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Entering Adulthood:Understand Depression & Suicide W/Workbook

Entering Adulthood:Understand Depression & Suicide W/Workbook
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Manufacturer: ETR Associates
Price: $23.50
Product ID : B1000:ET0391
Weight: 0.80 lbs



Entering Adulthood:Understand Depression & Suicide W/Workbook

by Nanette D Burton, MA

With this effective prevention curriculum high school students learn the symptoms of stress, depression and potential suicide and gain practice in distinguishing healthy from unhealthy coping skills. Includes instructions on locating personal and community resources.

Includes one Student Workbook 8.5 x 11 inches 27 pages/paper.

8.5 x 11 inches/paper 110 pages. Grades 9-12

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