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What Is Tourette’s Disorder?
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ADHD and obsessive-compulsive symptoms. Make sure that whomever you see thinks about these co-existing syndromes as well. We’ve written about ADHD and OCD here at The Clay Center. But you…

The Implications Of Poverty On Children’s Mental Health
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…year for depression and ADHD. Mary is also developmentally delayed, and reads at a third grade level. In addition to her psychiatric challenges, she suffers from asthma and worsening obesity….

What Is A Section 504 Plan?
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Dan’s mom left her son’s evaluation team meeting at school feeling really frustrated. Dan, an active second grade student, was diagnosed by his psychiatrist with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)….

What is a Disorder of Written Expression?
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ADHD also struggle with writing issues, making this a complicated issue to appropriately diagnose and treat. The act of writing involves language, visual skills, and the motor skills needed to…

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, featuring Susan Sprich, PhD – Shrinking It Down
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…wide range of challenges including psychosis, body dysmorphic disorder, ADHD, and even for coping with aspects of medical illnesses. Simply put, CBT is about giving people skills or tools to…

How to Talk With Grandparents About Kids’ Mental and Emotional Health
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…for a child with depression, anxiety, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). But it’s not always clear that we as parents should share our kids’ mental health issues with other…

Happiness Comes in Green: The Mental Health Magic of Nature for Our Children
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…adolescents exposed to nature do better with regard to ADHD, overall mental health, stress, and resilience. Considering all this research, it seems likely that simple activities like collecting shells or…

Autism: Making the Transition to College, feat. Chris Keary, MD
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…Thank you, Gene. Um, one of the common ones that gets missed is ADHD. And sort of, in that kind of same area, challenges with executive function, planning and organization….

Fears & Phobias in Kids, feat. Susan Sprich, PhD – Shrinking It Down
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…an assistant professor in psychology and Harvard Medical School, Dr. spirituous, co author of numerous chapters and articles on topics including psychosocial treatment for ADHD in adults and adolescents, trichotillomania…

Ellen Braaten, PhD
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…and attention issues, particularly ADHD, learning disabilities, dyslexia, autism spectrum, and processing speed. Ellen is frequently called on by main stream and popular media to elucidate on the complexities of…

When to Worry (PDF Library)
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…Worry Anxiety: What If My Child Has Anxiety? ADHD: Symptoms and Criteria for Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Autism Spectrum Disorder: Features of Autism Cyberbullying: What to Know Depression: What If My…

Where To Turn
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…support at DBSA. Attention Deficit Disorder Association (adda) ADDA is a worldwide inclusive community of supportive ADHD adults who make it possible to thrive with ADHD in today’s world. Whether…

What If My Child Has Bipolar Disorder?
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…disorder (ADHD), nonverbal learning disorders, and auditory processing difficulties, and it is no wonder that children with bipolar disorder often feel demoralized and misunderstood. Juvenile bipolar disorder can be extremely…

What If My Child Has a Mental Illness?
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…care more quickly. Ask around. You’d be surprised how many of your friends have children with challenges such as ADHD, depression or anxiety. Find out who they see, and give…

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