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Similarities Between Self-Stimulatory Behaviors and OCD: Dr C’s Morning Minute 164 Similarities Between Self-Stimulatory Behaviors and OCD:  Dr  C's Morning Minute 164Children with OCD and autism spectrum disorder can exhibit similar patterns of intrusive thoughts and compulsive behaviors. Learn more on Dr. C’s Morning Minute. Share your thoughts and questions below, or contact me at jcarosso@cpcwecare.com.

“Joining” and “Pairing” to Redirect Self-Stimulatory Behaviors – Dr. C’s Morning Minute 163 "Joining" and "Pairing" to Redirect Self-Stimulatory Behaviors - Dr. C's Morning Minute 163It can be a slow process, but having your child adapt to being around other children, observe them in an appealing activity, and eventually imitate them, can successfully redirect self-stimulatory behavior. Learn more on today’s Dr. C’s Morning Minute. Share your thoughts and questions below, or contact me at jcarosso@cpcwecare.com.

Joining With Your Child to Avert Self Stimulatory Behaviors Dr C’s Morning Minute 162 Joining With Your Child to Avert Self Stimulatory Behaviors   Dr  C's Morning Minute 162When your child’s self-stimulatory behavior keeps them from appropriate play and social interactions, try to “join” them in an activity, stay in their gaze, and guide their behavior while doing something enjoyable. Learn more on today’s Dr. C’s Morning Minute. Share your thoughts and questions below, or contact me at jcarosso@cpcwecare.com.

Self-Stimulatory Behavior: Are These Behaviors Defense Mechanisms? – Dr. C’s Morning Minute 161 Self-Stimulatory Behavior: Are These Behaviors Defense Mechanisms? - Dr. C's Morning Minute 161Even with non-verbal children, parents can make an educated assessment about their child’s self-stimulatory behaviors. Depending on the behavior and its causes, your child might benefit from treatment approaches that curtail or modify the behaviors. Learn more on today’s Dr. C’s Morning Minute. Share your thoughts and questions below, or contact me at jcarosso@cpcwecare.com.

Self-Stimulatory Behavior: Medical Contributors – Dr. C’s Morning Minute 160 Self-Stimulatory Behavior: Medical Contributors - Dr. C's Morning Minute 160There could be a connection between your child’s self-stimulatory behaviors and physical discomfort from headaches or constipation. Keeping track of self-stimulatory behaviors in a journal can help to identify correlations between those behaviors and medical issues. Learn more on today’s Dr. C’s Morning Minute. Share your thoughts and questions below, or contact me at ...