Learn how time-ins can help promote good behavior.
A recent news report and journal article highlight the mental health needs of children in foster care aren't being met.
Here are tips to help your child sleep well every night!
As a child psychologist, I see this up close every day, where over-tired kids and stressed-out parents regale me with problems that could certainly be improved if families had more time to relax and reconnect.
Some children approach the start of school with apprehension and resistance. Here are some tips to help your child.
While kids will enjoy 'Finding Dory,' there are some important lessons about mental health you can talk to them about afterwards.
A look at how gun violence affects kids directly and the emotional toll of being exposed to gun violence.
We take a closer look at what has caused teen suicide rates to go up.
Last month, The American Academy of Pediatrics recommended that all pediatricians screen for poverty in children. Here's how we can play a role in screening for poverty.
A recent study followed a group of children whose fathers killed their mothers. What support do these children need throughout their lives?
Here's why it's important to be open and nonjudgmental when it comes to your teen's sexually, especially if they are a LGBT teen.
Research has shown that almost half of high school students involved in organizations reported being subjected to hazing activities. Learn more about hazing and how we can put a stop to it.
What's an effective treatment for post traumatic stress disorder in girls who have been sexually abused? A recent University of Pennsylvania study points to a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy known as prolonged exposure.
About 1 in 20 children will experience a temporary tic at some point in their lives that lasts for a few months. A tic is a sudden, rapid, recurrent, nonrhythmic motor movement or vocalization. Learn more what happens when a child has tics.
A new study finds abdominal pain in childhood with no determined physical cause predicts much higher rates of anxiety and depression later in life. Find out why here.