Help! My Teen is Depressed

A mini-book written to help caregivers of teenagers who are experiencing depression.
If your teen is battling depression, you may be feeling helpless and hopeless. Perhaps you’re slowly coming to the realization that you have no idea how to rescue your child from the darkness he or she is in.

Christine Chappell knows from experience that there are no quick and easy solutions, but here she provides biblical wisdom and encouragement to offer hope for the hopeless teen and help for the helpless caregiver.
Available in paperback and eBook format.
Biblical, Holistic, & Compassionate Insights
Includes Recommended Resources
Personal Application Projects
For Guardians, Student Ministry Leaders, & Counselors
Related Resources from Christine
Help! My Teen is Depressed: Live Radio Interview
Walking Our Children Through Depression: Four Ways We Imitate God
How to Talk to Your Depressed Child
Comforting Our Kids Through Hard Times: Women Encouraged Podcast
Help! My Teen is Depressed: Equipping You in Grace Podcast
How Do I Talk to My Kids About Sorrow? Risen Motherhood
Christine M. Chappell
Author, Biblical Counselor, Podcast Host
Christine is the author of Midnight Mercies: Walking with God through Depression in MotherhoodHelp! I've Been Diagnosed with a Mental DisorderClean Home, Messy Heart and Help! My Teen is Depressed.  She presently serves as the Outreach Director and Hope + Help Podcast Host for the Institute of Biblical Counseling and Discipleship, and is passionate about advocating for biblical one-another care and discipleship in the context of the local church. Her writing has been featured at Desiring God, The Gospel Coalition, Risen Motherhood, and other Christian platforms. Christine lives in South Carolina with her husband and three children.

About LifeLine Mini-Books

size & length
Each mini-book is pocket sized (6 x 4 inches) and 64 pages in extent.
Editorial oversight
Produced under the editorial direction of Dr. Paul Tautges.
Written with excellence and “normal language” for the person in the pew.
Written from the furnace of life, rather than from the perspective of the classroom.
These pocket-sized resources are ideal for you to keep on hand in order to give away.
Built-in Personal Application Projects can be used as counseling homework.
Can be displayed with minimal space via the use of a tiered rack on tabletop/counter.
Series is endorsed by key biblical counseling organizations.