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Why You Should Avoid Unproven Treatments for Autistic Children?

Posted on 23. Mar, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Mental Health

Why You Should Avoid Unproven Treatments for Autistic Children?

At this moment, no autism treatment can achieve all the above characteristics simultaneously and even the most promising one can still fall short from being perfect. In addition, prolonged intensive treatment with unexplored basis may leave autistic children with additional, unintended impairments. Unfortunately, many parents are eager to find quick, effective treatments for their autistic children, as the result they are relatively more vulnerable into trying unproven therapies.

How to Accept Your Anxiety Peacefully?

Posted on 22. Mar, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Mental Health

How to Accept Your Anxiety Peacefully?

It’s in the middle of the night and you car is stuck on a slippery, muddy road. You gun the accelerator aggressively, the wheels spin harder, but the ruts get deeper. It is analogous to anxiety, the harder we want to break free, the grip seems to get tighter.

Dealing With Separation Anxiety on Children

Posted on 20. Mar, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Mental Health

Dealing With Separation Anxiety on Children

It’s normal for children to have a little bumpy ride during their development journey; other than, health problems like fevers, they may also experience some psychological development issues. Your child’s consternation may induce some rough nights and it can be tough for parents to deal with it.

The Effect of Bipolar Disorder on a Child’s Development Process

Posted on 13. Mar, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Mental Health

The Effect of Bipolar Disorder on a Child’s Development Process

If your child has a normal development process, you may barely give it a second thought. However, your alarm should be raised if the development phases do not meet up with normal expectation. If a chronic illness appears during early ages, repercussions can happen along the child’s development process and this is particularly true on child with bipolar disorder.

Tools Used to Diagnose Autism on Children

Posted on 12. Feb, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Mental Health

Tools Used to Diagnose Autism on Children

Health professionals point out that it is necessary to regularly observe for the possible development. The screening may start as soon as the child begins to use cognitive skill significantly, for example from 6 months after the delivery through the school age.

How to Express Your Emotions Properly?

Posted on 10. Feb, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Mental Health

How to Express Your Emotions Properly?

To live healthfully and seek emotional healing, it is often necessary to express yourself, however expressing your feeling properly requires some care.

Bipolar Disorder and Its Effect on Cognitive Ability in Children

Posted on 10. Feb, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Mental Health

Bipolar Disorder and Its Effect on Cognitive Ability in Children

Your child may spend most of the day in school and extracurricular activities.

Understanding the Link Between Loss and Grieving

Posted on 08. Feb, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Mental Health

Understanding the Link Between Loss and Grieving

Before finding a way to cure your grief, you should stop for a while to understand what grief is and anything that can make it tick. Our lifestyle has become so frantic that we have so little time to stop and contemplate.

How to Make the Most of a Psychotherapeutic Treatment?

Posted on 07. Feb, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Mental Health

How to Make the Most of a Psychotherapeutic Treatment?

In essence, you should know what to expect during and after a therapy, what a therapy feels like, and the way therapy works (including, duration and frequency). You should cut straight into the therapy itself to make the most out of it.

Cognitive Abilities on Children With Bipolar Disorder

Posted on 26. Jan, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Mental Health

Cognitive Abilities on Children With Bipolar Disorder

Cognition is often considered as a fundamental set of learning skills and necessary for maintaining attention, focusing on and remembering a topic, processing and responding to information, and organizing thoughts.