ADOLESCENT IN STRESS, DEPRESSION, AND VIOLENCE
By: Gertrude Okon Bassey, SFCC, Ph.D/MD, MSN-ED, APN
About the Book
In our contemporary society, teen violence is a growing epidemic. Crime rates and violence among teenagers appear to be on the rise. The mixture of adolescence, school bullying, and depression is explosive. Young people also face changing relationships with peers, new demands at school, family tensions, and safety issues in their communities. ADOLESCENT IN STRESS, DEPRESSION, AND VIOLENCE aims to shed a light on and educate the reader about the dangerous and significant consequences that these stressors can have on our youths’ physical and emotional health. Without help, difficulties in handling stress can lead to mental health problems for adolescents, such as depression and anxiety disorders.
About the Author
Gertrude Okon Bassey, SFCC, Ph.D/MD, MSN-ED, APN is a Sister for Christian Community (SFCC) where she serves the most vulnerable members of society, both in the United States and abroad, in countries such as Nigeria, Ghana and Brazil. Bassey received her bachelor’s degree in Nursing from SUNY Upstate Medical University, her master’s of science in Education at Grand Canyon University, her post master’s of science in Nursing from South University, Savannah, and her Ph.D in Biomedical Sciences from the school of Medicine Einstein Medical Institute in Florida.
Bassey is a recipient of the President’s Service Award, the Distinguished Graduate Award, the Albert Einstein Award, and the Hippocrates Award in recognition of her excellence and service to humanity.
(2022, paperback, 40 pages)
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