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Some of our newsletters:

Volume 1

Issue 4

  • Psycho-educational, Psychological, or Neuropsychological Assessment
  • What does Special Education Look Like These Days in Texas
  • Kids in the Mix

Issue 5

  • When Should I Refer to a Mental Health Professional?
  • Teens and Suicide Risk
  • Is My Child's Anxiety Normal?

Issue 6

  • Comorbidity and Psychiatric Diagnoses
  • The Key Components of a Comprehensive Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessment
  • Adoptees Experience More Mental Health and Behavioral Issues
Volume 2

Issue 1

  • When To Refer for A Psychological Assessment
  • Cutting and Self-Harm
  • Key Issues in School Avoidance

Issue 2

  • Video Game Addiction
  • ADHD and Motivation

Issue 3

  • My Child's Not Doing Well in School, and The School is Not Helping!
  • School Stress

Issue 5

  • The Stigma of Mental Illness
  • Children and Divorce
  • Frequently Asked Questions About Psychological Assessment

Issue 6

  • Learning Disabilities - The Basics
  • Social Phobia and Selective Mutism

Issue 7

  • Determining the Most Appropriate Assessment
  • Lying
  • Psychological Assessment & Diagnosis

Issue 8

  • Why Perform a Psychological Assessment in Early Childhood
  • Divorce and Trauma
  • Assessment & Remediation of Processing Problems

Issue 9

  • Comorbidity and Psychiatric Diagnoses
  • The Key Components of a Comprehensive Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessment
  • Marijuana and Alcohol Abuse Still Common Among Teens
Volume 3

Issue 1

  • Evaluating ADHD
  • Adolescent Stress
  • What Colege Students with ADHD and/or Learning Processing Disabilities Need to Know

Issue 2

  • Determining The Most Appropriate Assessment
  • Teen Girls at Higher Risk for Depression
  • The Unique Gifts of Gifted Children

Issue 3

  • Rapid Screen for Mental Illness in Children & Adolescents
  • Intervention Strategies in Child Therapy
  • Best Practices—Comprehensive Assessment

Issue 4

  • ADHD: A Complicated Neurological Condition
  • Helping an Adolescent with Academic Stress
  • Comorbidity and Psychiatric Diagnoses

Issue 5

  • Eleven Warning Signs of Mental Illness in Children & Adolescents
  • Dyslexia
  • Best Practices — How To Complete A Comprehensive Assessment
Volume 4

Issue 1

  • Key Components of a Comprehensive Assessment
  • Frequently Asked Questions about Psychological Evaluations
  • Comorbidity and Psychiatric Diagnoses

The following web sites are recommended by the Yorkes and childtherapytoys.com, LLC:

For Parents - Parents.com

Information about Special Education and Section 504 - Wright's Law

The following sites are very useful resources:

This site is for parents and educators to learn more about children with learning disabilities and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder:  http://www.ldonline.org/
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder information: http://www.adhd.com/
Children and Adults With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: http://www.chadd.org/
Asperger's Oasis:  Information on Asperger's Disorder: http://www.udel.edu/bkirby/asperger/
More on Asperger’s Disorder: http://www.aspergers.com/
Disability Law Information:  http://www.wrightslaw.com/advoc/nwltr/2002/nl.0717.htm
Learning Disabilities Association of America:  http://www.ldaamerica.org/
Schwab Learning:  A Parent's Guide to Helping Kids With Learning Differences:
Child and Adolescent Bipolar Foundation: http://www.bpkids.org/
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy provides information about psychotherapy: http://www.aamft.org/index_nm.asp
The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill:  NAMI is the nation's largest organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons affected by serious mental illness: http://www.nami.org/index.html
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Provides a wealth of information on mental illness that affects children and adolescents: http://www.aacap.org/
Association of Higher Education and Disability:  Information on disabilities and how they are accommodated at the university level.    http://www.ahead.org/
The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is the largest international professional organization dedicated to improving educational outcomes for individuals with exceptionalities, students with disabilities, and/or the gifted. http://www.cec.sped.org/
Childhood Depression Facts and Treatment http://www.save.org/Identify.shtml
Association For Play Therapy http://www.a4pt.org/
International Society for Sand Play Therapy http://www.sandplay.org/index.htm

More websites from the Yorkes & childtherapytoys.com, LLC:

Information about Play Therapy: MyPlayTherapyPage.com

Products for child clinicians: childtherapytoys.com

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