Does My Child Have a Mental Illness?

Mental Illness

by Darron Birgenheier Does My Child Have a Mental Illness? Every parent wants their child to be a healthy, happy one. Ok, maybe not every parent, but certainly every concerned parent does. So, how do you know if your child actually has a mental illness and what do you do about it?Keep in mind that you don’t have to follow a trend. Just because someone tells you that your child may have a mental illness doesn’t mean they are right. It has become very “popular” to diagnose children with mental illnesses. In my personal experience, I have met children who were diagnosed and had no actual condition. They were simply being children. So, don’t go with just one opinion. A mental illness is…. Click Here to Read More


Discerning a Host of Child Psychology Programs

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by Internet Archive Book Images Discerning a Host of Child Psychology Programs For the uninitiated, there is a host of child psychology programs that can potentially help children requiring professional help. In this day and age, it is no longer a small issue. Rather, it is a huge health and social issue affecting an increasing number of children. It is rather alarming to know that although the general level of conscience and awareness has increased over the last decade or so, the numbers of affected children with some form of developmental disorders have also increased significantly. On a lighter note, child psychologists have a better understanding on the different disorders…. Click Here to Read More


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Reducing the Psychological Impact Felt Later in Life From Child Abuse

Cognitive Psychology

by Western Reducing the Psychological Impact Felt Later in Life From Child Abuse What happens in our childhood for most of us is largely forgotten by the time we reach early middle age. We forget either because we just do, or because we screen it out. Fortunately, we can be encouraged professionally to recall much of it comparatively easily, if we wish to.It is now better understood how children learn to pattern themselves mentally and emotionally from an early age. The way individual children achieve this varies widely. Many of them form patterns of behaviour and set up emotional defences to enable them to cope with life in their family.The stimuli for this harmful process can be…. Click Here to Read More


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Satanic Ritual Abuse and Child Sexual Victimization

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by ChimpLearnGood Satanic Ritual Abuse and Child Sexual Victimization The data compiled from a University of New Hampshire College professor, David Finkelhor Ph.D. and his team’s national study from the late 1980’s still remains enlightening. 25 years have almost passed and his categorization of Satanic Ritual Abuse (hereafter “SRA”) and Ritual Abuse (hereafter “RA”) perpetrators into three segments is as contemporary as ever. The three faces of the perpetrator engaged in SRA or RA having distinct motivations was brilliant then and brilliant now.Data compiled also led him and his team to conclude further research on SRA/RA was vital and professional awareness skills building was…. Click Here to Read More


Suicide Among Child Sex Offenders (SpringerBriefs in Psychology)

Suicide Among Child Sex Offenders (SpringerBriefs in Psychology)

Suicide Among Child Sex Offenders (SpringerBriefs in Psychology) Used Book in Good Condition ​​​​ ​ By providing empirical data and multidisciplinary considerations, the book increases awareness of child sex offender suicide among the various entities which come into contact with this population of offenders. This book attempts to bring awareness of this potentially high risk population to better inform the law enforcement, corrections, and mental health communities of the unique risk factors for suicide among CSOs and provide a more effective crisis response. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Behavioral Analysis Unit III- Crimes Against Children reviewed and…. Click Here to Read More


Setting Boundaries With Your Difficult Adult Child Who Has A Mental Illness

Mental Illness

by D Simmonds Setting Boundaries With Your Difficult Adult Child Who Has A Mental Illness Are you wondering how to set boundaries with your difficult adult child who has a mental illness? It is hard to have adult children that make poor choices that cause problems in their lives and in their parents’ lives; it is even more difficult to have adult children who have mental illnesses that contribute to those choices. When our children have eating disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, ADHD, OCD or any other mental illness, it poses additional complications and we may be inclined to “help” too much. Here are four questions to answer that will enable you to figure out…. Click Here to Read More


How to Get a Child Psychology Online Degree

Education Psychology

by Sidneiensis How to Get a Child Psychology Online Degree Child Psychology Degree – What is it?Child psychology is a branch of developmental psychology that focuses on the social, mental and emotional development of children. While developmental psychology focuses on the physiological, cognitive and social development that occurs throughout life, child psychology focuses on the child exclusively. With this degree, you become licensed to treat only children, improving their lives through behavior change.Child Psychology Online Degree – Education and TrainingMost child psychologist’s hold a masters or doctorate degree. If you don’t like school or don’t think you can handle much more…. Click Here to Read More


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The Finer Points of Child Psychology Programs

Industrial Psychology

by See-ming Lee 李思明 SML The Finer Points of Child Psychology Programs There are many types of child psychology programmes out there and, in the circle of parenthood and child rearing, there is a lack of literature of parents to access and understand the finer points of these developmental programmes. The reason that this has sprung up is because more and more children are being diagnosed with symptoms of some developmental disorders, as young as infants and as old as 5 – 9 years old. The programmes are in place to provide structured and progressive therapy for two main reasons – to get rid of the ailments and bad symptoms of some of this nuerodevelopmental disorders, to reduce…. Click Here to Read More


Online Child Psychology Degree – How Long Does it Take?

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by ehousley Online Child Psychology Degree – How Long Does it Take? Child psychologists are specialists in the field of developmental psychology. Their licensure or certification is specific to the treatment or research of developmental, behavioral and mental health issues in kids. Although the certification limits them to the treatment of young people, they are trained to work in conjunction with parents and caregivers to facilitate the best possible course of therapy for their patients. Individuals who hold a PhD in child psychology may choose to work in research facilities, while Doctors of Psychology with a PsyD. are only licensed to practice psychology as therapists in settings…. Click Here to Read More


The Psychology of Selling

Use of Child Psychology Articles

Educational Psychology

by Internet Archive Book Images Use of Child Psychology Articles Psychology is the study of human behavior and emotional responses. These responses vary from person to person and age to age hence creating a need for specialists in all branches of this field. A child psychologist studies the emotions and behavior of children. Children are difficult to deal with and this requires special methods to be used to get information from them.A specialist can gather information from libraries, cases studies and child psychology articles that show how the children of today live and behave. These articles contain facts on how to relate with children and when you read them you can understand…. Click Here to Read More


What Is Child Development Psychology?

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by Neil. Moralee What Is Child Development Psychology? Child development psychology is the study of why and how children change over time. Researchers who study child development issues are called developmental psychologists. In child development psychology there is an attempt to identify and describe a child’s behavior and explain why a child develops in a particular way.Child development psychology also uses behavior intervention in an attempt to direct a child’s behavior in a positive way.One of the important goals of child development psychology is to identify and explain certain behavior patterns of children, as well as describe the most probable way that child is most likely…. Click Here to Read More


The African American Child, Second Edition: Development and Challenges

The African American Child, Second Edition: Development and Challenges

The African American Child, Second Edition: Development and Challenges Praise for the First Edition: This book argues convincingly that children’s cultural differences need to be recognized for any accurate understanding of their development. Pointing out the need for additional and more effectively designed research, Harris and Graham provide a valuable foundation for further investigations. This nonpolemic book should be in all libraries, filling an unfortunate gap. Highly recommended. –Choice This is an evenhanded examination of the challenges affecting the lives of African American children that emphasizes their strengths and resiliency rather than deficits. It is the only text to…. Click Here to Read More


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