my 15 year old was hospitalized for suicidal depression and was recently released. the first week she was home was spring break (no school) and things were great, once school started the hell began. she is crying, arguing, and having more severe outbursts at school on a daily basis. today i had to pick her up because they were unable to calm her down. she is on 75 mg of zoloft and it seems to be making things worse. i can't get her in to see the doctor for two more days and i don't feel as though she can handle school but i'm not sure if home tutoring is the way to go either. i am just so confused about everything and feel like i have no where to turn. can anyone offer advice?
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