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Why are there so many kids suffering from clinical depression?

A child diagnosed with clinical depression is a rarity, experts say.

 But the number of children with the condition has skyrocketed, from fewer than 3,000 in the late 1990s to more than 17,000 by this summer.

Experts say children with clinical mood disorders can suffer from anxiety, depression, social anxiety disorder, panic attacks and even schizophrenia.

“It’s an epidemic, and it’s very concerning,” said Dr. David T. Katz, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Yale University and co-author of “Children’s Clinics in America.”

“There’s no cure for it.

It’s not a simple disorder to treat.”

Experts warn the number and severity of the children with this condition is alarming.

Children diagnosed with depression in the U.S. are at high risk of becoming victims of domestic violence, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

In Phoenix, which has the largest population of children in the country, the number one priority for children’s health care is to prevent them from becoming victims.

At the Phoenix Children’s Clinic, staff members are dedicated to ensuring that every child is treated with the highest quality of care.

The Phoenix Children, Inc. Foundation, the nonprofit which oversees the clinic, is also committed to improving the care of the kids, Katz said.

That’s a focus that’s been reinforced over the past year.

Since the Phoenix clinic opened in 2011, Katz says, he has seen an increased number of pediatricians visit the children in need.

Katz said that with the growing number of kids in need, more and more clinics have been opened to better accommodate children with a range of mental health disorders.

And as of the end of the year, the Phoenix Clinic has more than 300 pediatricians, all of whom work with kids and their families, Katz added.

While there is still much work to be done, Katz sees the clinic as a vital lifeline for kids and families struggling with mental health issues.

He said he believes the Phoenix children’s clinic will provide an example of the best of Arizona to help keep kids alive.

There’s been no increase in the number or severity of cases of clinical depression, but there has been an increase in mental health care, Katz explained.

As for the patients, the clinic does not track or record their health status, so they are not automatically eligible for mental health services.

So, it’s not like they’re going to be euthanized or they’re not going to get any services.

Katz said he hopes that the Phoenix clinics focus on prevention, education and support, which he said are important factors in helping kids recover from the illness.

I hope it’s the start of a new era in Phoenix, Katz continued.

Dr. David Katz, Phoenix Childrens Clinic president, is seen at the Phoenix Child’s Clinic in Phoenix on Thursday, March 26, 2019.

(Photo: David Kadlubowski/The Republic)What you need to know about the Arizona Mental Health Crisis: More:Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Phoenix Children and Families will open more outpatient clinics, more mental health centers and an outpatient clinic for children with developmental delays and other developmental issues.

There are now more than 2,000 beds available at the children’s hospital, which will house up to 500 patients, according, as well as outpatient treatment centers, outpatient treatment clinics, outpatient clinics for adults and inpatient units.

About 200 children will be on a waiting list for mental healthcare services.

More:In addition to outpatient services, the hospital will be the site of a two-week treatment program for children who are not able to go to the Children’s hospital because of their mental illness.

The hospital is also hosting an outpatient mental health program for people with severe mental illness, including those with PTSD.

The Phoenix Clinic will continue to be a leader in research on childhood mental health, Katz noted.

During a visit to the clinic Thursday, Katz also talked about the need to increase awareness of the mental health crisis.

‘It’s about more than just money’In addition, the new Phoenix Children Clinic will also expand the clinical services it provides for children and families.

The clinic will also provide free mental health screenings and consultation to children, and will expand its family support services.

There will also be a new office in the clinic for families who are struggling with child and adolescent mental health.

Last year, Katz told the Arizona Republic, the Children Clinic opened a new outpatient clinic to provide family support to children who do not qualify for inpatient services at the Childrens Hospital.

More than 1,100 children in Arizona received outpatient treatment at the clinic last year, according.

The Childrens and Family Health Center opened in the Phoenix area in 2012.

But as the clinic expanded, the facility’s parent organization, the Arizona Children’s Association, decided to