Young children in places impacted by armed conflict are at high risk for trauma. Caregivers (parents, relatives, daycare staff, and teachers) are under duress. How do we help the children be regulated and resilient? Read More →

Two years ago, a study found that repetition may limit scope in skills in people with autism. However, we know that kids need to repeat activities to learn. This leads to the question of what is good and what is bad repetition? For some answers, let’s hear Dr. Feder.Read More →

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Treatment for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are generally grouped in broad categories of ‘behavioral’ or ‘development’. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) define behavioral interventions…Read More →

Managing Behaviors in Developmental Challenges: Newer Research for Better Methods for Therapy Winter 2017 Read More →

Reflective Supervision: A resource for those supporting infants, toddlers, preschoolers and families with Early Childhood Mental HealthRead More →