Talking to children about big, scary topics like war can be intimidating for even the most seasoned of parents, but these tips from a CHOC pediatric psychologist can provide a roadmap for parents during this important conversation.
A CHOC psychologist gives age-appropriate advice to starting conversations about race and racism with your kids.
A CHOC pediatric psychologist discusses the prominence of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and preventative and coping measures.
For a child or teen with an eating disorder, the holidays can bring mixed feelings. CHOC psychologists offer ways for parents to help.
In this Q & A, Dr. Sheila Modir, a pediatric psychologist, discusses what parents need to know to support their kids going back to school.
There are some things you can do to boost your child’s sense of emotional safety in order to help navigate life after COVID-19 stay at home orders.
Mental health stigma may impact whether a person seeks mental health services and treatment, or their decision not to seek care at all.
These are hard topics to discuss, and parents may be wondering how to talk to kids about racism. Here’s advice from mental health experts.
Taking care of your mental health, and your children’s mental health is particularly important during a crisis such as the pandemic.