The Many Faces of Depression in Children and Adolescents is a book edited by David Shaffer and Bruce D. Waslick, both professors of psychiatry. The book was published in 2002 by American Psychiatric Publishing as part of the Review of Psychiatry series. The book provides an overview of the key findings and concepts emerging from recent empirical efforts to understand the cause of depressive illness in youth. The book covers topics such as the diagnosis of unipolar and bipolar depression in children and adolescents, the psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy for depression and suicidal behavior in youth, the controversies and challenges related to the diagnosis of bipolar disorder in children, the epidemiology and clinical manifestations of suicidal ideation, suicide attempts, and completed suicide in youth, and the developments and future directions in the field of youth suicide prevention. The book consists of five chapters, each written by an expert in the field. The book is intended for students and scholars of psychiatry, psychology, and pediatrics. You can find more information about the book and its editors on the following links: The Many Faces of Depression in Children and Adolescents – Google Books, Depression in children and adolescents: An overview. – APA PsycNet, The many faces of depression in children and adolesents (eBook, 2002 …, The Many Faces of Depression in Children and Adolescents (Review of ….