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- Register today for our Annual Family and Youth Conference!
- Michael Phelps and Allison Schmitt Named Honorary Chairpersons for SAMHSA’s National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day 2017
- Study Finds One in Four High School E-Cigarette Users Have Tried “Dripping”
- In Brief: Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs: A Guide For Healthcare Providers
- Ignite Your Life: Annual Family & Youth Conference- Online Registration is Now Available!
- Suicide in Elementary School-Aged Children and Early Adolescents
- NIMH Webinar: Mental Health Research: What You Need to Know- Monday, 1/23, 1:00 P.M.-1:30 P.M. ET
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Our annual conference will be held February 28th -March 1st, 2014. Sessions will include information on facilitating Family Support Networks; using Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports for Parenting Children and Youth with Challenging Behaviors; basic information on becoming a Parent … Continue reading
If your child is from the ages of 2-7 and has behavioral issues, consider trying the evidence-based “Parent-Child Interaction Therapy.” For more information on Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, go to Child Mind Institute’s website.