Advocacy

It’s Time to Acknowledge the Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Workforce

There are roughly 15% of the nation’s children who suffer from a developmental-behavioral condition or about 1 in 6 children. Unfortunately, many of those children often do not get the help they need. Children with developmental and behavioral challenges can easily be missed, especially when the behaviors are more subtle or impacts on function are …

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Emotions can be messy: Coach your Child
Children's books

The Way I Feel by Janan Cain

One of the many things young children need to master in early childhood is how to handle their emotions or what we call, self-regulate. Emotions are a psychological state that is often accompanied by physical sensations or reactions that allow us to express ourselves. These emotions can be beautiful and messy, big and strong, sometimes …

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book review Children's books Communication

Was It The Chocolate Pudding?: A Children’s Book about Divorce

When parents face divorce or separation, it can be very stressful to break the news to children. Last month I had developed a parent-friendly handout on talking tips for parents to help them stay child-focused when facing this particular life change. For readers of my blog, you know I love finding children’s books that help …

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Unraveling Rose
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Unraveling Rose by Brian Wray

It can be really difficult to help children who worry excessively about things. As parents you want to be able to console and comfort them, to wipe away their tears and wish those little minds of theirs could quiet and give them relief from fears, from worries or from struggles. It can be very hard …

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