Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry


The Importance of Visuals in ADHD Learning

We all know that people with ADHD have a difficult time keeping their attention span for more than a minute. Furthermore, it is also a challenge for them to focus on a task such as reading a book or paying attention to a teacher. However, we do know that there is a way that ADHD people can still learn and that is through visuals.

If you are a teacher and a parent who has an ADHD child, here are a few ways on how you can enrich their learning without them sticking out from their peers, or at least capture their attention.

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Bipolar Disorder and Self Injury

In bipolar disorder, there is sometimes concern about bipolar disorder self-injury. This can take many shapes, but is always serious.

One form of bipolar disorder self-injury that is coming most recently into the public consciousness is self-mutilation, or “cutting”. This practice is found in people with other diagnoses, too. Bipolar people are just some of those who self-injure.

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Conduct Disorder: Everything You Need To Know

What happens when a child or a teenager does not or fails to conform with age-related societal-norms? Though some may argue that it could be related to rebellion, it could also mean that they have conduct disorder.

Conduct disorder is a mental disorder characterized by repetitive behavior that violates the basic right of others or societal norms.

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5 Tips for Parents to Understand their Children Better

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Increasing familiarity with the psychology of children is undoubtedly a daunting task. You are expected to be really patient while you’re aiming to understand your child. The following tips can help you to create a friendly relationship with your child and understand him/her much better:

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