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How To Turn Off Your Brain

Overthinking involves rehashing bad memories, and imagining the worst possible scenario for the future. It is unhealthy for your mind and body. Here's how to stop.
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End of Summer Stress

The end of summer is stressful: wrapping up old projects and starting new ones, resetting schedules, and getting kids back to school. Here's how to bust stress now.
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Children with Hoarding Disorder

Children can develop Hoarding Disorder as young as 6 or 7 years of age. In 50% of cases, they have a parent who also hoards.
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How art enriches education

With creativity and innovation now required skills for the future, the benefits derived from art in education are more important than ever.
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Signs of Dyslexia in Preschoolers

Most people believe that dyslexia is a reading problem, detectable only when children actually begin to learn to read. But signs of dyslexia can and do appear in preschoolers.
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Spreading their wings or breaking the rules?

It is normal for teens to test boundaries and relationships. It can be a challenging time for parents, who find they need new strategies to guide and discipline their teens.
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Six Myths About Dyslexia

Dyslexia is a neurological condition, caused by differences in how the brain functions. Myths about dyslexia can make it more difficult to find support for children with this learning challenge.
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The Serious Role of Play

Frequent opportunities for free play have been found to help kids do better academically. By Katrina Rozga CCC MC (Psych)
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LEGO Therapy for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

LEGO Therapy helps children with Autism Spectrum Disorder improve social skills such as turn-taking, sharing, listening, problem-solving and communication. The BFDC's Rachel Tang is a LEGO therapist.
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