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Teen Suicide, Mood Disorder, and Depression: What Parents Need to Know

Most teens who kill themselves have a mood disorder (bipolar disorder or depression). A mood disorder is an ­illness of the brain. It can come on suddenly or be present on and off for most of a teen’s life. A teen with a mood disorder may be in one mood for weeks or months or switch quickly from one feeling to another. 

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Think:Kids at Massachusetts General Hospital. Under the Direction of Dr. Stuart Ablon, Think:Kids teaches Collaborative Problem Solving, a revolutionary, evidence-based approach for helping children with behavioral challenges.

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News @ QPA

  • Renovation Starts Friday June 15, 2017

    Our Quincy office location is undergoing a renovation project of the exam rooms on our upper level!   The project is scheduled to start on Friday, June 15.  Your patience during this project is greatly appreciated.  We look foward to the updated look of the office when the project is completed! Please pardon our dust as we renovate to serve our patients and their families better. 
     
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  • New Electronic Medical Record coming June 24

    Quincy Pediatrics will be adopting a new Electronic Medical Record, Partners eCare, starting Saturday, June 24.   Our staff has undergone extensive training and we have made every effort to ensure that there is minimal impact to our patients during this transition.  This system is still new to us and we apologize for any inconvenience you may experience.   Please bear with us as we adopt this change.  Thank you.