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Tips for Kids’ Mental Health

May 15, 2013

http://www.seattleschild.com/article/seattle-childrens-tips-for-kids-mental-health

 

Source - Seattle's Child Magazine


When a child is sick, needs a vaccination or gets bumped or bruised, most parents don’t hesitate to make a trip to the doctor’s office. But what happens when a child’s feeling blue, overly anxious or struggling to focus in school? Dr. Carol Rockhill and Dr. Ian Kodish, child and adolescent psychiatrists at Seattle Children’s Hospital, offer tips for parents.

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