The Power of Specific Attention

Written by Regine Galanti Many of the parents who walk into my office have a single complaint: They want their children to listen. They might be trying to help their child with problems at school, oppositional behavior, or even anxiety, but parents often articulate...

Parenting Your Anxious Child

Written by Regine Galanti As I’ve previously discussed here , worry is a normal part of life, and anxiety is quite common among children. As a parent, this scenario might sound familiar: Little Johnny is afraid of spiders. One day he is playing nicely in the...

Talking to Children About Scary World News

Written by Regine Galanti There’s been a lot to worry about in the news lately: plane crashes, crises in Israel and in Ukraine, to name a few. During times of world crisis, it’s easy to assume that your children aren’t affected or don’t know what is going on. Many...

Does my Child Have OCD

Written by Regine Galanti In both adults and children, OCD is characterized by two core symptoms: (1) repetitive, distressing thoughts (obsessions), and (2) repetitive/difficult-to-resist behaviors aimed at getting rid of one’s thoughts (compulsions). Similarly,...

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