Beyond the blues /

Through the personal stories of three young people, this compelling documentary traces the journey of depression, from early signs and symptoms, to assessment, diagnosis and treatment. The documentary also helps shatter some stereotypes. This powerful 3-part series on child and youth mental health s...

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Corporate Authors: Bartlett-LeRose Productions., Knowledge Network., Open Learning Agency (Burnaby, B.C.), National Film Board of Canada.
Other Authors: LeRose, Maria (Narrator), Palmer, Maureen (Screenwriter), Slinger, Helen (Screenwriter)
Format: Video
Language:English
Published: [Montréal, Québec] : [Distributed by] National Film Board of Canada, [2015]
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Summary:Through the personal stories of three young people, this compelling documentary traces the journey of depression, from early signs and symptoms, to assessment, diagnosis and treatment. The documentary also helps shatter some stereotypes. This powerful 3-part series on child and youth mental health sheds light on the current situation and offers practical tools to understanding the problems and knowing where to find solutions. Depressed kids don't just have a bad attitude--they have an illness. And the illness is treatable.
Item Description:Title from title frames.
Originally produced by: Open Learning Agency, c2004.
Physical Description:1 streaming video file (56 min.) : digital, sound, color
Format:System requirements: Firefox 4 and up; Safari 5.0 and up; Chrome version 21 and up; Internet Explorer 8 and up; Flash or HTML5 player.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Production Credits:Camera, Chester Ptasinski, John Dowell, Max Lindenthaler, George Colmer ; editor, Tony Hrkac ; original music, Lesley Sutherland, Fresh Air Studios.
Access:Access restricted to subscribing institutions.