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When it comes to treating mental illness in children, early identification is key

When it comes to treating mental illness in children, early identification is key

10:10 AM, Jul. 1, 2013
Dr. Mark Rovick works at his desk at Catalpa in Grand Chute.
Dr. Mark Rovick works at his desk at Catalpa in Grand Chute.
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Nicole Van Herwynen loves her family and being around them, laughing and having a great time.

But when she was at the peak of her depression, she found she couldn't be around them.

"I didn't love them any less. It was just too painful to be around them knowing how I felt and knowing they had no clue because I wouldn't let them in," said Van Herwynen, 19, of the Town of Menasha. ...

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