Articles in Attention Deficit and Learning Challenges and Eating Disorders

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on September 10, 2019
Bullying: How serious is this problem?
on September 10, 2019
If your child hasn't been bullied, they have witnessed it in the classroom. Here is what you can do as a parent to stop bullying... Read full article
on August 15, 2019
Why Your Diet May be Hurting Your Relationship
on August 15, 2019
Rick was biting his fingernails while waiting in the long Starbucks cue. Once he was finally seated and nearly finished his double espresso vanilla latte, licking the cruller icing off his fingers and gazing out the window that he could again wonder:... Read full article
by Dr. Gerald Brown on June 14, 2019
Nurturing Self-Esteem and Self-Efficacy in Children
by Dr. Gerald Brown on June 14, 2019
Healthy self-esteem is a real strength for your child. Self-esteem helps a child deal with the many challenges in the world. Self-efficacy, the belief in one's abilities is equally important. ... Read full article
by Dr. Farrah Hauke, Psy.D. on May 27, 2019
Can psychological treatment stop emotional eating?
by Dr. Farrah Hauke, Psy.D. on May 27, 2019
While we usually think of emotions such as frustration, loneliness, anger, fear, and boredom as triggers for impulsive or binge eating, even happiness and the urge to celebrate can cause us to eat emotionally.... Read full article
by Dr. Daniel Winarick, PhD on May 14, 2019
Understanding extended time on standardized tests
by Dr. Daniel Winarick, PhD on May 14, 2019
Some of us have issues that require more time on standardized tests in order to truly measure our abilities. Understanding who is eligible and how to apply is important for college-age students and their parents.... Read full article
on June 05, 2018
Attractive students get higher grades
on June 05, 2018
Appearances matter, even when it comes to academic performance! According to a study conducted by the Metropolitan State University of Denver, students considered more attractive got higher grades.... Read full article
by Jennifer Willemsen, MA, LMFT on December 11, 2017
Neurofeedback: Fact or fiction?
by Jennifer Willemsen, MA, LMFT on December 11, 2017
Treating mental illness is more complicated than treating the physical body, and one reason for this is the guesswork involved in finding an effective treatment. Neurofeedback offers a promising alternative.... Read full article
on October 09, 2017
Eating disorder treatment
on October 09, 2017
Anorexia Nervosa is a life-threatening disorder characterized by extremely low body weight and an unhealthy fear of weight gain. If left untreated, this eating disorder can lead to self-starvation and death.... Read full article