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How Parent Support Groups Can Help
Online or off, communities share experience, comfort and friendship
Choosing a Sleep Training Method That Works for Your Family
A look at strategies for getting young children to sleep independently, and through the night, from 'cry it out' to 'no cry'
10 Tips for Raising Grateful Kids
How to help kids feel thankful and express their appreciation.
My ex-husband self-diagnosed our daughter with a health condition and now she's worried. What should I do?
Try to have a respectful conversation with your ex about why you are concerned. A trusted person with a license can determine if your daughter is actually ill.- Rachel Busman, PsyD
School Mornings Without the Stress
Getting kids ready and out the door for school is a daily struggle for many families. Here are some tips to make the mornings more manageable.- Beth Arky
Why Autism Diagnoses Are Often Delayed
Early intervention in autism treatment is crucial, but parents often hear their child has ADHD or sensory processing issues first.- Caroline Miller
How can I explain a student's selective mutism to her classmates?
Teachers are in a great position to help students understand anxiety. Here are two ways to do this.- Laura Kirmayer, PhD, MSW
When to Worry About Kids Taking Multiple Medications
A checklist of things parents should consider if a doctor is recommending that your child take more than one psychoactive medication- Caroline Miller
How to Help Kids With Sleepover Anxiety
A step-by-step plan for getting kids comfortable with sleeping away from home- Beth Arky
How Do You Know if Your Child Is Getting Good Care?
Tips for knowing whether your clinician is following best practices