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Citation Details Title: Children and adolescents who are depressed: an ecological approach. Author: Karen Abrams Publication:Professional School Counseling (Refereed) Date: February 1, 2005 Publisher: American School Counselor Association Volume: 8Issue: 3Page: 284(9)