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Understanding Your Toddler
Join Matthew Cruger, PhD, and Kenneth Schuster, PsyD, for a lecture and conversation on what to expect as your child grows from ages 2 through 5.
PANDAS and PANS: About Acute-Onset OCD
The latest thinking on PANDAS aims to broaden criteria beyond strep infections and quell controversy. It succeeds at the former, not the latter.- Caroline Miller
Anxiety Disorders in the Classroom: Treatment and Diagnosis
Roy Boorady, MD, discusses anxiety disorders in children, including social anxiety, phobias, separation anxiety disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
What type of OT is beneficial for an approaching teenager diagnosed with nonverbal learning disorder?
Older kids should work with an OT who helps them target some specific skills they need to develop.- Matthew Cruger, PhD
The Safety Equation: Concussions and Sports Injuries
Michael Rosenthal, PhD, discusses the best approaches to managing risk factors for concussion in children and teens, and delves deeper into the evaluation and treatment of concussion.
Helping Kids Cope After a Traumatic Event
A guide offering simple tips on what to expect, what to do, and what to look out for after a crisis.
ADHD in the Classroom: Treatment and Diagnosis
In this lecture, Roy Boorady, MD, provides an in-depth look at the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of one of the most common childhood disorders, ADHD.
Could long-term use of Adderall be contributing to depression in a college student?
There are many things that can trigger depression in a college student, away from home and her familiar routines. She should have a careful evaluation before any new medication is considered.- Ron J. Steingard, MD
You Make Me So Mad: Approaches to Understanding & Helping with Anger
Steven Kurtz, PhD, ABPP, senior director of our ADHD and Disruptive Behavior Disorders Center, explains how to adapt your parenting and teaching strategies to help your child or student cope with his anger.
The Most Common Misdiagnoses in Children
From inattention to disruptive behavior, many symptoms have multiple causes, leading to mistakes when kids aren't carefully assessed