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In the wake of a horrific tragedy, when innocent lives are lost, people experience strong emotions and parents need to know how to talk with their children about the events.  Below are some resources that offer information, but please feel free to contact the clinician with whom you work at our practice.

A.D.D. Warehouse

American Group Psychotherapy Association

American Psychological Association- Helping Kids When They Need Help

American Psychological Association - Psychology Help Center

Anxiety Disorders  Association of America

Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies

Bullying:  Stop Bullying Now:  Take a Stand

CHADD: Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

Google Scholar (search engine for scholarly literature)

Groups for Kids in the Washington, DC Metro Area

How to Tell If Your Kid Is Struggling Emotionally
Webinar with Dr. May Alvord

International Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Foundation

Maryland Psychological Association

National Association of Social Workers

National Institute of Mental Health

Parents Ask (Because Raising Kids Raises Questions)

Parents Perspective (a weekly radio show that has podcast available on a variety of topics)


Resilience:  Dr. Alvord Talks about Resilience

Tourette Syndrome Association

Trichotillomania Learning Center

You Tube on APA Help Center on variety of mental health topics


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