What is Wrong with My Child : Ways to Help
One out of ten children suffer from some form of behavioral and emotional disorders. Left untreated, these issues can be life altering, leading to long-term mental health problems and even suicide. Early recognition and intervention is paramount in ensuring a healthy and happy development into adulthood.
Parents usually struggle with the questions "What is wrong with my child?" and "What can I do to help?" Based on fifty years of clinical experience, the author provides practical advice and valuable information for parents, caregivers, and childcare professionals. The first section of the book contains chapters on assessment across broad spectrum of childhood development phases, including what is normal, what is not, and frequently seen psychiatric disorders and when to seek help. The second section contains frequently asked questions (FAQ) by parents and caregivers with practical answers. It is what every parent needs to know to ensure healthy emotional, behavioral, and cognitive development from infancy to adolescence.