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Mental illness is often thought of only as an adult concern. But about half of mental illnesses begin to reveal themselves in childhood. What is the state of children’s mental health and how is it different from that of adults?

Young People and Mental Health

Mental illness is often thought of only as an adult concern. But about half of mental illnesses begin to reveal themselves in childhood. What is the state of children’s mental health and how is it different from that of adults?

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Child Therapist's List of Top Worries by Age

Good info to have. As adults, we parents often attribute our adult-minded anxieties to our children.

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All About Fine Motor Skills

Kids physically develop at slightly different rates. There are, however, milestones to watch for at certain ages. Keeping track of your child’s progress in physical coordination at different ages can help reveal potential issues.

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CBT can help with anxiety, panic attacks, depression, OCD, eating disorders, phobias, PTSD & many other conditions. Here is a simple reminder of the basic principles - The "Three Cs" of CBT

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The upper age of adolescence is being increased from 18 to 25 in a bid

Age of Opportunity: Lessons from the New Science of Adolescence by Laurence Steinberg http://www.amazon.com/dp/0544279778/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_78heub08TC2JG

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