Teen's death in police shooting should concern other parents
Kelly Eckerman spoke with Colleen Sullivan at Crittenton Children's Center about the why the actions of a 16-year-old are sadly very common.
“Lots of time in the early teens is when you see mood disorders start,” said Sullivan, who specializes in child and adolescent psychiatry at Crittenton.
Sullivan talks about when mood disorders start and warning signs parents should look for.
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