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Lessons From a Life on the Spectrum
The writer distills her experience growing up with Asperger's (before it was Asperger's) into an advice book. Her biggest challenge? 'Not understanding myself.'- Beth Arky
Our daughter doesn't accept her diagnoses of anxiety and depression, and we aren't thrilled with the psychologist. Any suggestions?
People think that you don't need to like a therapist, but that just isn't true. And with teens who are particularly treatment-resitant, finding the right person is key.- Alan Ravitz, MD, MS
Giving Thanks to Fathers
Recognizing the dads who inspire us, from bloggers to businessmen, who get overlooked all too often.- Caroline Miller
Naomi Judd at the Katz Lecture: Tragedy, Resilience, and Success
Famed singer says there's no shame in mental illness. And to those who perpetuate stigma? 'Shame on them.'- Harry Kimball
Childhood and Adolescent Depression
Adam Jeffrey Katz Lecturer Dr. Gabrielle Carlson focuses on risk factors, from temperament to early puberty to family conflict and bullying.- Caroline Miller
What's New in DSM-5
We take a look at the major changes and what they mean for the future of psychiatry.- Harry Kimball
My daughter doesn't talk at school or karate. Any advice on getting her to speak?
Children who don't talk in school may have selective mutism, an anxiety disorder in which kids are unable to speak in some settings and to some people.- Rachel Busman, PsyD
Hear Our Voices: Individuals Who Have Overcome SM
Join us for a panel of individuals who lived with SM and learn about their varied paths to overcoming it.
Richard Engel on Finding Success With Dyslexia
The intrepid foreign correspondent discussed the emotional impact of growing up with a learning disorder: "Building confidence is everything."- Rachel Ehmke
What is the best high school school environment for a student with generalized anxiety disorder and social anxiety?
The key to success is not so much size as the school's willingness to put together a supportive team of adults to work with the child.- Rachel Busman, PsyD