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Emotional and Mental Health & childs challenging behavior

Below are the best resources we could find on Emotional and Mental Health and childs challenging behavior.

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InBrief: Early Childhood Mental Health

Science tells us that the foundations of sound mental health are built early in life. Early experiences—including children’s relationships with parents, caregivers, relatives, teachers, and peers—interact with genes to shape the architecture of the developing brain.

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Self-Reg: How to Help Your Child (and You) Break the Stress Cycle and Successfully Engage with Life

Self-Reg is a groundbreaking book that presents an entirely new understanding of your child’s emotions and behavior and a practical guide for parents to help their kids engage calmly and successfully in learning and life. Grounded in decades of research and working with children and parents by Dr.

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Back to Normal: Why Ordinary Childhood Behavior Is Mistaken for ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, and Autism Spectrum Disorder

In recent years there has been an alarming rise in the number of American children and youth assigned a mental health diagnosis.

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How to Handle Out-of-Control Kids

Maintaining your authority is important to your child’s well-being—and it’s important for your own emotional health too.

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Raising Twice-Exceptional Children, a Book Preview

The book helps you understand your child's diagnosis, meet their social-emotional needs, build self-regulation skills and goal setting, and teach self-advocacy.

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What’s So Normal about Normal?

Emily Kircher-Morris talks with Jonathan Mooney, who authored a book called Normal Sucks, and who learned to read at the age of 12. They talk about the gap between normal and neurodivergence, and how advocates can help bridge it effectively and permanently.

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2021’s Biggest Conversations: Pathological Demand Avoidance (from Episode 85)

As part of the review of 2021’s biggest conversations we present a chat with Kristy Forbes, founder of Australia-based inTune Pathways, about PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance), the difference between PDA and other types of demand avoidance, and the changing language of autism, especially the...

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2021’s Biggest Conversations: Helping Kids with Anxiety (from Episode 88)

Parents often struggle with helping their children manage anxiety. Dr. Eli Lebowitz of Yale University talked with Emily Kircher-Morris about his research and work with children and their parents on managing anxiety and OCD.

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2021’s Biggest Conversations: Supporting Bright Kids (from Episode 89)

Emily Kircher-Morris and Jim Delisle have a conversation about ways to release the potential often locked inside neurodivergent kids, and it was one of the biggest conversations of 2021.

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Grateful

What are you grateful for regarding neurodiversity? Our listeners share their thoughts, and Emily Kircher-Morris reflects on the things she’s thankful for during this kickoff of the 2021 holiday season.

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