The Myth of Overmedication: Correcting Stereotypes About Kids' Mental Heath
Popular stereotypes aside, it turns out we aren't overmedicating and overdiagnosing our kids.
Treating the Nonhierarchical Family
Parenting and childhood today often seem to have more in common with abstract expressionism than with Norman Rockwell. But is this transformation of the nature of family norms and values such a bad thing?
Helping Kids Take Charge: How to get young people to turn their problems into coping skills
Turning problems to be diagnosed and medication into skills to be taught.
Parenting a child with Asperger's
When a child is diagnosed with an autism disorder, everything in a family changes. Good-enough parenting must give way to the demands of uber-parenting: always mindful, always well-paced, always at the child's learning edge.
The controversy over whether the ever-expanding number of recommended vaccines is putting children at risk for autism.
The world is a baffling place for kids with Asperger's
Constant Uncertainty about who's a friend and who's a foe, the mundane chaos of the classroom, rules that always seem to be changing—an ordinary day at school is a baffling experience for kids with Asperger's syndrome.
The experiences of a teen with Asperger's syndrome
The worry and wonder of living with Asperger's syndrome
Enlisting the ODD Child: How to move beyond the power struggle
Helping kids with OCD begins with getting past the many myths surrounding the disorder.
The Worry Hill - A Child-friendly Approach to OCD
Therapists helping children confront OCD face a formidable obstacle: helping their young clients get beyond their immediate terror in the hope of reaping long-term benefits.
Therapists Are Learning a New Way to Be With Their Clients
If you're a therapist these days, it's hard to open a publication—or your mailbox—without hearing about mindfulness. Are the Eastern wisdom traditions changing the face of our field and our notions of the therapeutic relationship?
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