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Community Education

Demystifying Thought Processing [presentation]

How do processing difficulties present, and what does processing look like in a classroom? This presentation with Chris Harris, MEd, Abigail Ferguson, PsyD, and Rebecca Chambers, MEd, also addresses perception and misperception, and how to accommodate processing speed and misperception issues. Read more ›

Community Education

Bullying: What Parents Need to Know [presentation]

Ramsey Khasho, PsyD, discusses bullying and the consequences of bullying, how to identify if your child is being bullied, and what you and your school can do to help. Read more ›

Community Education

Children and Anxiety [presentation]

These days anxiety is the number one problem interfering with kids’ emotional well-being.  Learn how to understand your anxious child’s reactions, how to respond and how to help your youngster with tools for success. Read more ›

Community Education

Tools & Techniques for Managing Challenging Behavior: Visual Supports [presentation]

Jody M. Miller, EdD, BCBA discusses how you can create and use several types of visual supports to help manage your child’s challenging behavior. Read more ›

Community Education

ADHD & Sensory Processing Disorder [presentation]

How do we distinguish between ADHD and Sensory Processing Disorder? Learn more from CHC experts about these diagnoses and the treatment options. Read more ›


ADHD Treatment Beyond Medication

Written by Vivien Keil, PhD, Neuropsychologist and Clinical Director

/resourcelibrary/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Adhdmedication202.jpgWhat would a non-drug treatment plan for ADHD consist of? A good plan will vary based on the biggest challenges your child is facing. But even the best plan will only be as effective as its implementation. Read more ›

Does My Child Need ADHD Medication?

Written by Glen Elliott, PhD, MD
Chief Psychiatrist and Medical Director

My son was recently diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). He’s seven-years-old and often has trouble focusing in class. It seems like he’s getting in trouble every day, either for being disruptive or for distracting the other kids. Read more ›

Taming the Disorganized Child

By Maria Deniston, MS, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist and Jill Yochim, MA, Educational Specialist

James, a middle-schooler, comes home from a long day at school and looks forward to downtime playing video games.  After dinner, he searches for 15 minutes to find the scrap of paper where he wrote down his homework assignments, while his mother does the same, providing help that he does not appreciate.

Upon finding the scribbled down assignment, three paragraphs on the night’s social studies reading, James shuts down. Read more ›

Teen Depression & Suicidality [video]

Do you know the difference between a depressive mood, a depressive state,  and a depressive disorder? How are these related to suicidality?  Watch this short video featuring CHC’s Dr. Glen Elliott to learn more. Read more ›

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