CHOC Radio Podcast
Keeping Children Safe During the Holidays
December 4, 2015
The holidays are a wonderful time for family and fun, but they also pose some additional safety hazards, a CHOC community educator tells CHOC Radio.
CHOC Psychologist Discusses Pain in Children
May 19, 2014
It’s a misconception that children always outwardly express pain, and when they do, it’s often accomplished verbally and behaviorally. Children experiencing pain may also exhibit changes in sleep patterns and eating habits, and may appear withdrawn.
How to Cope with Bedwetting
January 20, 2014
Bedwetting that continues beyond the age of 5 can impact a child’s self esteem and create a sense of isolation, according to Dr. Christopher Link, post-doctoral fellow in CHOC Pediatric Psychology Department.
CHOC Psychologist Offers Tips to Handle Teens’ Bad Attitudes
December 30, 2013
A teen’s bad attitude can be a product of self-absorption and egocentricity. Teenagers are working to determine who they are and what they want to be. Thus, they are often uninterested in performing tasks and duties that will not directly benefit them.