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Help Your Child or Teen Get Back on Track: What Parents and Professionals Can Do for Childhood Emotional and Behavioral Problems

Yale Medicine Magazine, 2008 - Spring


by Kenneth H. Talan, M.D., FW ’71 (Jessica Kingsley Publishers) This book shows the reader how to deal with a child who may have an emotional or behavioral problem. It describes the red flags and disruptions in development that cause concern; offers solutions that parents can implement at home; and advises when they should seek professional counsel. For parents who decide to seek professional intervention, the author explains treatment options that include psychological treatment, psychiatric medications and complementary and alternative therapies.

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