Medical & Developmental Problems
Medical and Development Problems. To learn more about the emotional issues around ADD / ADHD, Autism, Blebs, Diabetes, Heart Attacks, Herpes Simplex, and Somatoform Disorder keep reading. We have gathered together self-help help articles that are designed to be read from the privacy of your own home. Have questions? Want specific help? Contact one of our therapists today. Help is available 267-324-9564 Center for Growth / Therapy in Philadelphia.
Below you will find all the articles written on this topic.
Living With Autism: A 5 step formula to use when asserting needs and boundaries to friends, family members, peers, and authority figures.
Common ways people feel their self esteem has been affected by blebs disease and what you can do to increase your self-esteem.
Coping With A Spontaneous Pneumothorax AKA Bleb Disease: Top 12 Things to Know. (Therapy in Philadelphia)
Learn what to ask at a doctor visits to best get your questions about your sexual health answered.
Take this survey to better understand your ED and help health care providers pinpoint possible causes.
Herpes and self-worth: The twenty dollar bill exercise.
A review of the diagnostic criteria for Asperger’s Syndrome, real life examples, and overview of treatment options.
Are you and your husband experiencing infertility? The diagnosis of infertility can be painful and traumatic. You may be experiencing emotions that may include sadness, grief, loss, anger, guilt, and loneliness. Infertility may have caught you and your husband off-guard, making you feel ill prepared to face this journey together as a couple. You need support and you need it now. How else are you going to survive?
You may wonder how you start to prepare your relationship for the journey of infertility? There are some things that you want to beware of as you and your husband face infertility head on. The most important thing to remember is that your husband is YOUR built in support network. An effective support network needs to have a strong foundation. In this tip you will find some suggestions to help you and your husband build a strong foundation that will help to protect you against your infertility diagnosis.
Mirror checking is just one of the many rituals individuals with Body Dysmorphic Disorder develop. While the intention to glance briefly in the mirror may seem harmless, it often doesn’t stop there with just a few minutes in front of the mirror. Rituals like mirror checking can trigger one’s disorder, and is part of the obsessive cycle. If you can identify with the appeal and dangers of mirror checking, read on for strategies on how to reduce this ritual.
An explanation of DSM criteria for how Autism is Diagnosed, Prevalence Rates, and Basic Treatment Options
A Medical Treatment Overview of Spontaneous Pneumothorax AKA Bleb Disease.
Provides basic information on three prominent play therapy interventions for children with Autism.
This tip lists the many topics within sexual health
Skin picking is considered a Body-Focused Repetitive Behavior Disorder which effects up to 5% of the population.
A general overview of hypermobility syndromes, including Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, joint hypermobility syndrome, and Marfan syndrome, and how therapy helps.
A tip to teach you about social stories, how to create one, and how to use one with your child with an autism spectrum disorder