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The Intensive Program for OCD at Bradley Hospital

Brady Case, MD, medical director of Bradley Hospital’s Intensive Program for OCD, discusses the structure of the program’s OCD treatment, including home-based therapy, and how it is uniquely equipped to treat even the most severe cases of OCD.

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OCD Research at Bradley’s Hospital’s Pediatric Anxiety Research Center

Jennifer Freeman, PhD, clinical co-director of Bradley Hospital’s Intensive Program for OCD, discusses the various types of research into anxiety and OCD at PARC, which may help answer questions about the origins of anxiety disorders and create better treatments.

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The Pediatric Anxiety Research Center at Bradley Hospital

Abbe Garcia, PhD, clinical co-director of Bradley Hospital’s Intensive Program for OCD, discusses PARC, a collaborative center at Bradley that encompasses outpatient, anxiety and OCD programming, as well as research and academic training.

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School Technology: Individualized Learning and Increased Focus

Karen Cammuso, PhD, clinical director of developmental services at Bradley Schools, discusses the value of online curriculum to offer specialized classes to students in a blended learning model, essentially customizing their course load.

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School Technology: Allowing Children To Learn At Home, Free of Stigma

Karen Cammuso, PhD, clinical director of developmental services at Bradley Schools, discusses how students can utilize technology to connect with their teachers and lessons from home, and focus additional time and effort on areas of weakness outside of the classroom.

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Meet the Researcher: Richard Liu

Richard Liu, PhD, staff psychologist at Bradley Hospital, discusses his research in the field of adolescent depression, stress and suicidality.

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School Technology: Monitoring Student Progress in Real Time

Karen Cammuso, PhD, clinical director of developmental services at Bradley Schools, discusses the electronic tools and technology available to teachers that allow them to monitor student progress and effectively address any areas that need further development.

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Parenting Matters Minute: Discipline

Salman Majeed, MD explains a few simple strategies for stopping a child from using negative behavior to get attention.

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Parenting Matters Minute: Benefits of Pets

Marge Paccione, PhD discusses how having a pet can benefit children, including helping them practice responsibility, empathy and independence.

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Parenting Matters Minute: Anxiety

Anne Walters, PhD discusses how to help children manage anxiety by engaging certain coping skills and not avoiding situations that make them feel anxious.

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Parenting Matters Minute: Special Education Evaluation

Patricia Martins, MEd discusses how to obtain a special education evaluation for your child if you feel he may have learning challenges.

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Parenting Matters Minute: Teens and Sleep

Mary Carskadon, PhD discusses adequate sleep for teens and offers strategies for helping your teen get enough sleep.

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Parenting Matters Minute: Identifying Bullying

Jennifer Jencks, PhD discusses how to help identify if your child has been the target of bullying.

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Parenting Matters Minute: Preventing Bullying

Jennifer Jencks, PhD discusses how to talk openly with your child about bullying to help prevent it from happening.

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Parenting Matters Minute: Helping Teens Deal With Death

Social worker Gary Regan discusses how to support teens who are dealing with death and grief.

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Parenting Matters Minute: Video Game Ratings

Karyn Horowitz, MD discusses how to become familiar with video game ratings to determine if they are appropriate for your child.

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Parenting Matters Minute: Recovering From Bullying

Jennifer Jencks, PhD discusses how to help your child recover if he or she has been bullied.

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Parenting Matters Minute: Sensory Processing

Occupational therapist Jane Cancilliere discusses sensory processing and how it may affect a child’s daily activity and function.

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Parenting Matters Minute: Dealing with Death

Christine Low, PhD discusses how to support young children who are dealing with death and grief.

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Parenting Matters Minute: Tourette Syndrome

Barbara Tylenda, PhD discusses Tourette Syndrome, how to recognize it and treatment options.

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