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Jan

04

2016

Influence of Sleep on Children’s Learning and Memory

Elisa Wetzler, Psy.D

Sleep is an essential part of the mental and physical health of a child that often is overlooked. Read More...

Dec

16

2015

Additional Info about Multiple Sclerosis

Adam Brickler, Psy.D

Recent statistics have suggested that MS disproportionately affects women, with a 3:1 ratio. Read More...

Nov

19

2015

Hopelessness, Shame and Guilt Increase Risk of Self Harm

Robert A. Underwood, Ph.D.

Of the clinical issues we face as psychologists, suicide risk can be one of the more challenging areas to assess, predict and discuss with our patients. Read More...

Mar

05

2015

CHILDREN AND ANXIETY

Suzanne Hartman, M.A., LPP

Children often experience significant anxiety as they attempt to successfully negotiate the physical, emotional and intellectual demands of the maturation process Read More...

Jan

26

2015

Non-Suicidal Self-Injury: Information for Parents and Caregivers

Heather  Randolph, Psy.D

Let’s take a few moments to talk about what Non-Suicidal Self-Injury (NSSI) is, and is not, and what parent and caregivers can do if they determine their adolescent is self-harming. Read More...

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