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The Pain of Hiding OCD
Dr. Susan Swedo discusses how obsessive-compulsive disorder can be so prevalent and seemingly invisible at the same time.
My husband and I are beginning to worry about our 3-year-old daughter's preoccupation with death. How can we answer her questions?
You want to keep your responses simple and admit that you don't have all the answers.- Clark Goldstein, PhD
Learning to step back and assess calmly can take a lot of the stress and anxiety out of raising children—and help kids calm down too.
How to Foster Resilience
A community of caring adults—and peers, too—can be critical in helping a child recover from a traumatic experience- Alan Ravitz, MD, MS
It's What You Carry in Your Mind That Counts
College graduates: Forget perfection, embrace uncertainty, and nurture your ability to learn from your mistakes- Harold S. Koplewicz, MD
School’s Out: Summer Plans for Kids with ADHD
Steven Kurtz, PhD, ABPP, explains how to be your child's best advocate in preparing for summer.
Autism and Employment
Young adults on the spectrum, even those who are less visibly affected, struggle to find jobs, and succeed at them- Beth Arky
I'm 17 and have struggled with ADHD and depression. Medications I've tried haven't worked. What should I do now?
When the first treatment doesn't work, it's tempting to give up, but getting better may take trial and error, and a clinician who'll keep working until something does.- Steven G. Dickstein, MD
Brian Grazer On Growing Up with Dyslexia
Brian Grazer sat down with Dr. Koplewicz to discuss growing up with dyslexia at the 2012 Adam Jeffrey Katz Memorial Lecture. Here are some highlights from their conversation.
Coping With a Parent's Suicide
This kind of death can be doubly painful for children, who may help handling conflicting and disturbing feelings. What can you do to help?- Harold S. Koplewicz, MD