Monthly Archives: June 2014

Psych Meds for Kids: Asking the Essential Questions

Last month, I wrote a post about the use of psychiatric medication in children and adolescents. My emphasis was on the complexity of the decision parents face when a psychiatrist recommends medication for a child with a diagnosis of Attention … Continue reading

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What Happened to Jules: A Course Correction

In December, I wrote a post about parents working collaboratively with children to address academic problems. The message in that post could also be applied to other challenges young people face such as being cut from a team, repeatedly notĀ getting … Continue reading

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