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Quick tips to help your child learn to love new foods from Samantha Hamby, registered dietitian at Rogers Behavioral Health-Nashville.
Dr. Peggy Scallon and therapist, Samantha Swenson, discuss the critical topic of self harming. Who is at risk, why do teens self harm, and what can be done to help.
Dr. Peggy Scallon and therapist, Harshita Desai, about the impact screen time is having our teenagers today.
Hear an insightful conversation about the importance of validation when parenting teens with depression with therapists, Harshita Desai and Samantha Swenson, and Dr. Peggy Scallon.
Meredith Head, behavioral specialist, and Dr. Peggy Scallon explain behavioral activation, a clinically effective treatment for depression.
Dr. Peggy Scallon, medical director of residential care for teens with depression, breaks down the prevalence and must-know information on teen depression.
Amy Kuechler, PsyD, attending psychologist for the adolescent dual diagnosis program at Rogers Memorial Hospital–Brown Deer, has answered some answers for parents, friends and those who work with students in schools.
Wake Up Call, a program by Your Choice-Live, helps parents identify warning signs of possible drug or alcohol use in their children's bedrooms.
Children on the autism spectrum are often extra attentive to detail, enjoy having things just so and prefer the structure of daily patterns. These behaviors probably please your child and help him or her navigate the world around them.
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