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Tips from the National Institute of Mental Illness for how to help children cope with news of violence and trauma. [box]How can I help young children who experienced trauma? Helping children can start immediately, even at the scene of the event. Most children recover within a few weeks of a traumatic experience, while some may…
Are you or your child easily distracted? Do you have trouble completing tasks or following instructions? Is your child struggling, particularly with reading comprehension and math, despite motivation and hard work? Poor working memory could be part of the problem. Working memory is the ability to keep information in your mind for a short time,…
http://www.tsa-usa.org/news/0514AwarenessMonth.html Bayside, New York – May 15, 2014 – You may think you know what it means to have Tourette Syndrome, but those who live with the neurological disorder every day, can tell you it’s not what you think. It’s not always based on what has been depicted in movies and on TV—it’s not the…
Speech Language Pathologist Ashley Redenbaugh has immediate openings for evaluation and therapy. If your child is eligible for the Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) Services, formerly covered by the Michelle P. Waiver, Square One is a contracted provider through Seven Counties Services. Contact us for more information.
What Adults Need To Know About Pediatric Depression – Scientific American 10/09/2013
Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist Michael Mayo, M.D. is accepting referrals for evaluation and medication management
Renowned child and adolescent psychiatrist Michael Mayo, M.D. joined Square One’s team in 2011. He is accepting new patients for concerns including ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Tourette Syndrome, Mood Disorders, and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Contact our office for more information about his psychiatric services.
Read about Dr. Causey in the Courier-Journal Snapshots.