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Rice Psychology Group in the News

The psychologists and therapists at Rice Psychology Group have been featured as experts in several recent news pieces about ADD and ADHD, Cognitive Training, and Brain Train, among other topics. Click on the links below to view just a sampling of these stories.

It’s time for spring cleaning, and unhealthy social media accounts need to go, experts say

CNN: March 24, 2022

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It makes sense that the attack on Ukraine is causing you anxiety, experts say. Here’s what to do

CNN: March 2, 2022


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Yes, you should talk to your kids about Ukraine. Psychologists explain how

CNN: March 2, 2022

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Proposed Florida bill expands excused absence policy for teens struggling with mental health issues

Channel 13 News Tampa Bay: January 19, 2022

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Crisis experts applaud Biles for breaking down mental health stigma

FOX13 Tampa Bay: July 28, 2021

It is okay to not be okay.

“People right now are very overwhelmed; we’re seeing a lot more anxiety and depression,” said Dr. Wendy Rice with Rice Psychology Group.

Rice says family commitments, work responsibilities, finances; even the pandemic can also feel like the weight of the world on someone’s shoulders, and sweeping it under the rug will not make it go away.

“If you had cancer or you were sick with a significant physical illness, you wouldn’t say, oh, get over it, just give it time. You would be Johnny on the spot and you would take care of it. Mental health problems are just as serious,” Rice said.

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Dr. Wendy Rice: COVID lifestyle changes will cause anxiety

Interviewer: Cliff Saunders

Newsradio 740 KTRH: March 23, 2020

Link: https://www.spreaker.com/user/9808747/dr-wendy-rice-covid-lifestyle-changes-wi?utm_medium=widget&utm_source=user%3A9808747&utm_term=episode_title

Fox 13 News Weekly Interview Benefits of Family Dog

Channel 13 News Tampa Bay: April 23, 2019

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Fox 13 News Weekly Interview – Teens and Vaping

Channel 13 News Tampa Bay: April 9, 2019

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Fox 13 News Weekly Interview – How To Talk To Your Kids About Suicide

Channel 13 News Tampa Bay: April 1, 2019

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Fox 13 News Weekly Interview – Kids and Screen Time

Channel 13 News Tampa Bay: March 26, 2019

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Fox 13 News Weekly Interview – Children & White Lies

Channel 13 News Tampa Bay: March 11, 2019

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iHeart Media Houston Radio Interview – Too much news might not be good for you after all

Interviewer: Cliff Saunders

Newsradio 740 KTRH: June 5, 2018

Link: https://ktrh.iheart.com/content/2018-06-05-too-much-news-might-not-be-good-for-you-after-all/

Growing up in the Digital Age

WEDU: June 8, 2017

From cell phones, tablets and even video games, our kids are growing up in an unprecedented digital age.

Kids & Screen Time

Fox 13 News: January 31, 2017

How to help kids adjust to starting a new school

WFLA News Channel 8: August 3, 2016

Transitioning to a New School

WTSP News Channel 10: July 27, 2016


How Parents Can Be the Ultimate Spoilsports

Huffington Post: February 01, 2015

The psychological wins and losses in competitive sports are pressure enough. But, are you, as a parent, supporting your child? Or transferring your desires onto them, causing them to feel stress and disappointment…

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Study: More Kids Being Diagnosed with ADHD

My Fox Tampa Bay: April 1, 2013

Single Mom and Separation Anxiety with an Only Child

mom.me: March 1, 2013

It’s common for your toddler to cling to your leg when you leave for work, or a kindergartner to miss mommy while at school. However, separation anxiety can be even more difficult for only children and children raised by a single mom, says Dr. Wendy Rice, a licensed psychologist in Tampa, Florida. “Separation anxiety is a common phase during child development, in part due to innate fears that the parent may disappear if out of the child’s immediate sight,” says Rice. “If fear that the parent will disappear when the child leaves their side dominates, insecurity takes over and separation becomes a frightening and frustrating experience for both parent and child…

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My Kids Don’t Have to Fail Just Because I’m Single

Huffington Post: January 22, 2013

Take a close look at your child’s class picture. If there’s 25 cute, smiling faces in that group, statistically about seven of those kids are being raised by single parents. Maybe more depending on where you live. Of the 30-40 million homes in the United States with children under the age of 18, about 30 percent of them are led by single parents. Mostly moms. But the population of single dads raising kids alone is rising…

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Dr. Wendy Rice: ADHD How Do you Help Kids who do not Think?

Attention Talk Radio, January 3, 2013

When Kids Should Get Chores

WTVT, Fox 13: January 18, 2012

Homeschooling Trend in Tampa Bay

WTVT-Fox13: October 2010

If you’d like more information on a story listed here, or would like more information related to help for ADHD, Cognitive Training, ADD/ADHD testing or Brain Train, please contact the team at Rice Psychology Group today!

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