4 edition of Your child in the balance found in the catalog.
Your child in the balance
Kevin T. Kalikow
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Kevin T. Kalikow|
|Series||A Norton professional book|
|LC Classifications||RJ504.7 .K35 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011035899|
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Your Child in the Balance is a thoughtful overview The warmth and readability of this book makes Dr. Kalikow’s wisdom easy to absorb.” - Judith Rapoport, MD, author of The Boy Who Couldn’t Stop Washing and Chief, Child Psychiatry Branch, National Institute of Mental HealthAuthor: Kevin T. Kalikow MD.
Your Child in the Balance by Kevin Kalikow, a pediatric psychiatrist addresses the dilemma that parents face when deciding whether ir not to use medicine to treat their child's psychiatric disorder.
Kalikow opens by searching for the answers to two questions. Where do we draw the line between function and dysfunction in defining pediatric 5/5(10). Get this from a library. Your child in the balance: solving the psychiatric medicine dilemma. [Kevin T Kalikow] -- "This book deftly navigates the thorny subject of whether and when to give prescription psychiatric medication to children and adolescents.
A perfect. Your Child in the Balance An Insider's Guide for Parents to the Psychiatric Medicine Dilemma (Book): Kalikow, Kevin T.: Perseus Distribution ServicesIn Your Child in the Balance, child psychiatrist, Kevin Kalikow examines the highly topical and thorny question of whether and when to prescribe psychiatric medication to children.
The book teaches the reader how to analyze the risks and benefits that characterize all medicines and that underlie the decision to medicate.
The principles discussed in Your Child in the Balance will resonate with parents and professionals whether they are considering Ritalin and Adderall or Prozac and Zoloft.
The use of antipsychotics, like. book by examining one family's difficult journey to the decision to medicate their acutely anxious daughter. Your Child in the Balance: An Insider's Guide to the Psychiatric Medicine Dilemma is an important and timely book that will hit home to every parent who has seen their child in pain and asked themselves, "I wonder if medication might help.".
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