Parents can help kids develop autonomy and positive behaviors by spending time together, helping them regulate emotions and assigning tasks.
How to manage negative behaviors in young children
A CHOC pediatric psychologist helps parents manage their toddler’s or preschool-aged child’s disruptive, noncompliant and bad behavior.
Kids and the fear of needles: What parents should know
A CHOC pediatric psychologist offers tools to parents to help kids cope with their fear of needles and prioritize their health.
Social media and friendship: Navigating peer relationships during COVID-19
A CHOC psychologist explains how social media is changing peer relationships and offers best practices for safety and real connection.
ADHD in children: What parents should know
Is your child’s behavior a sign of ADHD? In this Q & A, a pediatric psychologist answers common questions for parents about the condition.
Reaching her full potential: Vivian’s journey with autism
Vivian, 14, is thriving since being diagnosed with autism and receiving treatment Thompson Autism Center at CHOC.