Teen years are often plagued by low self-esteem, stress, and anxiety. Sometimes these issues can indicate a deeper mental health problem: depression. One in five teens will struggle with depression at some point during their adolescence. Fortunately, help is available. With this valuable guide, readers learn how to identify depression, what coping strategies they can put into practice, and how and where to get the support they need. With relatable narrative examples, accessible language, and a nonjudgmental tone, this book provides gentle support to those seeking answers about their own mood disorder or that of a loved one. The essential lesson is that depression is very treatable.