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9 Resources to Help Overcome Mental Health Struggles
At Rice Psychology in Tampa, FL, we work with many young people who struggle with learning and attention issues. In order to provide the best service to those clients, I am always on the look out for new information, therapies, treatments, breakthroughs, etc. and recently, it seems I’ve hit quite a jackpot of resources.
My favorite thing about these resources? They aren’t just for Psychologists and Therapists. They are available to everyone to educate and help you with the challenges of your child’s mental health!
5 Common ADD/ADHD Myths
As a parent, you may know children who can’t seem to remain still, rarely listen, never follow instructions and make inappropriate comments at the wrong time. It’s possible that your own child has been showing this type of behavior. Some may label these kids as troublemakers, while others will suspect they show signs of ADD/ADHD.
However, one of the best things you can do is read the signs and keep some common myths about ADD/ADHD in mind.
Read More Here: https://ricepsychology.com/5-common-addadhd-myths/
Inside Out is More Than Just a Movie for Kids
While I’m not in the business of reviewing movies, I was fortunate to receive an invitation to see an early preview of the new Disney Pixar movie, Inside Out. I went in with an open mind and came out blown away. This is a dream movie for any psychologist who wishes to help their patients talk about their feelings and internal experience.
Helping Your Child Socialize: Part 1
Social skills can come naturally for many children, but others can often struggle with socialization. This issue can arise due to many different reasons, such as your child being snubbed by classmates or simply feeling like they don’t fit in. In part one of our socialization development series, we’ll show you some of the most important guidelines to follow for developing your child’s social skills from a young and crucial age.
Read More Here: https://ricepsychology.com/helping-your-child-socialize-part-1/
Collaborative Divorce: The Coach’s Role
The Social Readjustment Rating Scale, more commonly known as the Holmes and Rahe Scale, places divorce as the second most stressful situation in a person’s life only behind the death of a spouse. There’s no doubt that a divorce can be extremely taxing and its outcome can significantly impact the lives of everyone involved. However, the help of a neutral mental health professional can allow for everyone’s voice to be heard in a productive way.