Posts Tagged ‘children’

With about 1 in 10 school-aged children now diagnosed with ADHD and with diagnoses and prescriptions for children rising across the board, Dr. Marilyn Wedge is an outlier. In her family

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Each year about 500,000 youth are brought to U.S. detention centers. 70% of them are held for nonviolent offenses. They are disproportionately youth of color. More than 40% have learning disability. Of

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Bipolar disorder in children was nearly unheard of two decades ago, but recently it has spread like wildfire in the U.S. Our guest, Stuart Kaplan, MD, argues that this rise in

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As a clinical social worker and father of two young daughters, Chris Toller knows the power of play and music firsthand. As adults we can lose the spark of childhood–becoming

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We discuss autism, ADHD, epilepsy and other disorders in children in this full-hour interview with Dr. Alanna Conder.  Join us for insight into how psychology is integrated in medical care,

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“There are probably as many different kinds of therapy as there are therapists,” says Dr. John Weisz as he explains his work on mental healthcare. He tackles some big questions,

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