Children’s Program of the Betty Ford Center Monday October 19, 2015 I attended a luncheon at the Children’s Program of the Betty Ford Center to commemorate significant milestones reached this year along with new developments. Helene Photias, Manager of the… Read More »Children’s Program of the Betty Ford Center
Coping with Financial Stress During the Holidays “Bah Humbug” When finances are limited, it is understandable to feel saddened that holidays are celebrated differently than you had hoped. Your traditions may be sacrificed. Wrapped presents may be sparse. Your self-esteem… Read More »Coping with Financial Stress During the Holidays
Betty Ford Center Children’s Program Explains Addiction to Kids All Children’s Programs are open to the public. Parents do not have to be patients at the Betty Ford Center in order for their children to participate in the Children’s Program.… Read More »Betty Ford Center Children’s Program Explains Addiction to Kids
Overweight Children Suffer In Health And Grades Excerpt From KESQ Channel 3 Experts say food high in fat and sugar deprive the mind, making it difficult to concentrate and retain information. “Children who are overweight are often missing good nutrition,”… Read More »Overweight Children Suffer In Health And Grades
What is Pediatric Bipolar Disorder? According to the National Institute of Mental Health, Pediatric Bipolar Disorder is explained in the following way: Bipolar mood changes are called “mood episodes.” Your child may have manic episodes, depressive episodes, or “mixed” episodes.… Read More »What is Pediatric Bipolar Disorder?
Portrait of a Child with Bipolar Disorder Some parents question whether their child might have Bipolar Disorder. He has moments of being affectionate, then suddenly he transformed to being mean-spirited. Portrait of a Child with Bipolar Disorder Parents brought their… Read More »Portrait of a Child with Bipolar Disorder
Desert Health News Article This is an excerpt from an article I had published in The Desert Health News: Anxiety is described as worries of academic challenges, whether they will be liked, and uncertainty about their teacher’s temperament. When anxiety… Read More »Desert Health News Article