Let’s Talk About How We Diagnose And Treat Autism Part III: Treatment of More Severe Autism

Autism Treatment

Written by Dr. John Carosso Where we left off We spent the past few posts discussing the diagnosis and treatment of mild autism. By the way, your subsequent comments and questions have been remarkable and very thought-provoking; thank you. At this point, you already know the general signs and symptoms of autism (if not, just check-out any number of my […]

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How to Listen so Your Kids Will Too: The Art of Reflective Listening

Parenting- reflective listening

Written by Dr. John Carosso You get into an argument with your spouse. You know your point is valid but you’re having trouble getting your mate to acknowledge your view; instead, he just wants to “move on” and “forget about it.” So, he tries to change the subject and you’re left feeling unheard and misunderstood. You’re simply not ready to […]

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Bolstering Your Child’s Self-Esteem: Part II- Relationship with You

Written by Dr. John Carosso Where we left off We had discussed, in Part I, the importance of your child’s relationship with God in enhancing his or her self-esteem. Next we move-on to the most important person in your child’s life. So, who is that most important person? Well, it’s you. Yes, go figure; you’re far and away the most […]

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The Placebo Effect, Hope, and the Power of Words

parenting tips- words have power

Written by Dr. John Carosso What is the placebo effect? A placebo is something that has no active therapeutic properties and is given to a patient to make them think they are getting the actual medication. The placebo effect is that some patients, interestingly, actually get better when given the placebo. Medications are compared to placebo because, if not better […]

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5 Easy Steps To A More Compliant Child

Here are 5 foundational steps of getting your kid(s) to be compliant: 1. Relationship, Relationship, and more Relationship. If you don’t have a fun-loving and enjoyable relationship with your child, then you’re in for a really tough time. The goal is that your child wants to follow your directions, and wants a happy and harmonious home-life and, consequently, is more […]

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