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Do Disorders Really Exist? – Dr. C’s Morning Minute 169 Some people believe that disorders like autism are just human differences that should be accepted and accommodated. Learn more on today’s Dr. C’s Morning Minute. Share your thoughts and questions below, or contact me at jcarosso@cpcwecare.com.

Don’t We All Have Some Type Of Disorder? – Dr C’s Morning Minute 167 Everyone has, at some point, anxieties or particular behaviors and habits. But that doesn’t necessarily translate into a diagnosis of some type of disorder. Learn more on today’s Dr. C’s Morning Minute. Share your thoughts and questions below, or contact me at jcarosso@cpcwecare.com.

ADHD and Autism: Are They One and the Same? – Dr. C’s Morning Minute 168 Overlapping symptoms between ADHD and autism disorders are common, but they have distinct differences when it comes to making a diagnosis. Learn more on today’s Dr. C’s Morning Minute. Share your thoughts and questions below, or contact me at jcarosso@cpcwecare.com.

Treatment for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder – Dr. C’s Morning Minute 166 Teaching children with OCD “healthy self-talk” and other coping mechanisms can help them to see that there is no connection between their compulsive behaviors or rituals and their ominous thoughts. Learn more on today’s Dr. C’s Morning Minute. Share your thoughts and questions below, or contact me at jcarosso@cpcwecare.com.

Differences Between Obsessive Behavior in Autism and OCD – Dr. C’s Morning Minute 165 Children with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder tend to dwell on ominous thoughts. Children with autism can also exhibit self-stimulatory behavior that is connected with fear, but they are also likely to obsess over something favorable. Learn more on today’s Dr. C’s Morning Minute. Share your thoughts and questions below, or contact me at jcarosso@cpcwecare.com.