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When to Seek Help for my Child’s Eating Habits

  • Last Updated: May 22, 2019

We all want our children to be healthy and happy, but sometimes navigating our children’s food preferences and the time and energy it takes to plan and cook meals can be overwhelming (let alone getting

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How to Help Your Child Battle Bullies in the Schoolyard & in Cyberspace

  • Last Updated: May 24, 2019

As a family psychologist, I primarily treat adjustment issues, which bullying falls within. Many of my young clients have expressed that they have been bullied at school and online at one time. When I

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Is My Child’s Anxiety Normal? (When to Get Help)

  • Medically reviewed by Kim Langdon M.D.
  • Last Updated: April 21, 2019

If you have an anxious child or teen, you may wonder where their anxiety is coming from. The short answer is: fear. Psychologists have found that most anxiety stems from fear and the way our brains process

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Is My Child’s Defiance Normal? Or Should We Get Help? A Psychologist Answers.

  • Medically reviewed by Kim Langdon M.D.
  • Last Updated: April 22, 2019

Does your child refuse to eat at the table? Does your teen regularly break her curfew? Our child psychologist explains what’s normal and what’s not, what causes defiance in kids, and how to

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