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   The information in this website is general information and should not, however, substitute for the advice of your personal physician or other trained mental health care professionals.  You are advised to consult with mental health care professionals with regard to all matters that may require professional attention or diagnosis and to check with your physician before administering or undertaking any course of treatment.

       As you browse through the Website be aware that there is more than one article on most of the pages.  In order to access additional articles for the ages and problems you are seeking information about please go to the bottom of the page and access the Archives for that page.                       

         Browse through our website if you need additional information on a subject,click on the book icons on the left side of each page. We have selected books that will give you additional information and resources for your family.

        It's Spring/ Summer

        A perfect time to introduce your child to fresh fruits and vegetables.  If you have room and enjoy watching things grow then plant a garden. Fill it with quick growing tomatoes, peppers, corn and lettuce. Give your child a spot in the garden and help him/her to plant easy to grow started from small pots such as tomatoes. Watch the garden grow with daily walks among the rows of fresh produce. 

        For those who are living in an apartment with just a small balcony you can have a small container garden of fresh tomatoes and peppers.  Think fresh food for your table.  If you are able only buy fresh produce and fruits.

Go to the resources link and click on my tips for Solving the Junk Food Problem..