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Behavioral Health

8 Yoga Poses for Stress Relief for Kids

Check out this engaging resource from GoZen to help parents and kids learn about and experience the healing powers of... Read more ›

How to Talk to Kids about Coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic is a powerful parenting lesson in resilience-building. Before widespread school closures and “social distancing,” my husband and... Read more ›

Coping in Times of Uncertainty

We learn more about COVID-19 every day, but there is still a lot we do not know. During times of... Read more ›

Ask Dr. Doug: Typical Toddler Behavior or ADHD?

Q: We have a very rambunctious 3-year-old. I know that’s pretty normal for this age, but he doesn’t seem able... Read more ›

MORE Good Day Oregon: Autism

In this segment, in honor of Autism Awareness Month, pediatric psychologist Dr. Ryan Lloyd discusses the ABCs of autism –... Read more ›

Tips to Help Your Child (& Yourself) Beat the Winter Blues

Authors: Audelia DeCosta, LCSW & Erin Grady, PhD The Pacific Northwest is known for its many amazing qualities: the outdoors, mountain snow, beautiful... Read more ›

Promoting Positive Behavior in Your Preschool-Aged Child

Do you have a preschooler at home? Then like me, you know what a roller coaster ride it can be!... Read more ›

Las Vegas Tragedy: Children & Traumatic Events

The events that have unfolded within the last 24 hours have been both tragic and confusing. When trauma strikes on... Read more ›

MORE Good Day Oregon: PRIDE Skills

In this segment, Dr. Erin Grady discusses PRIDE skills and how to incorporate them into special playtime with your child.

Reassuring Children After Tragedy

Nothing hurts more profoundly than the tragic loss of young life. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Hoffman family... Read more ›

What is Parent-Child Interaction Therapy?

Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is a family-centered treatment approach proven effective for children, ages 2 to 7, and their caregivers.

How can Parent-Child Interaction Therapy help prevent child abuse?

Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) reduces risk of child abuse by encouraging positive interaction between parent and child and training parents

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