We want to provide you with informative resources that can help you better parent your children and teens, whether with issues regarding anxiety or other issues. We start with interviews Dr. Chris has done over the last few years.
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TV Interviews with Dr. Christopher McCarthy on Charlotte Today
How a child’s brain is tied to their gut – In this TV interview, Dr. Christopher McCarthy explains how a child’s brain is tied to their gut.
Managing Media and Kids – Kids now more than ever are being exposed to sexual images at a younger and younger age. What can parents do to manage technology to protect kids? Dr. Chris McCarthy focuses on this issue in this TV interview.
How to communicate effectively with your kids – In this TV interview, Dr. Christopher McCarthy gives tips on how to communicate effectively with your kids.
How to Help Your Anxious Child Battle Back-to-School Fears– In this TV interview, Dr. McCarthy gives helpful tips for parents to try with their anxious child who has fear returning to school. This interview complements the last blog posted about dealing with school fears.
Summer Activities that Promote Good Mental Health in Kids – Check out this TV interview with Dr. Chris McCarthy regarding simple things you can do that fosters your child’s mental development.
Discipline Broken Down by Age – In this TV interview, Dr. Christopher McCarthy defines the core traits of effective limit setting and then how to best apply them for each age- early childhood, mid childhood, and adolescence.
Don’t Let Kids Hijack Your Marriage – In this TV interview, Turnaround co-creator Dr. Chris McCarthy discusses helpful tips to help you keep your intimate relationships fresh and alive!
Excellent Videos on how to think about anxiety. Professionally produced and quite clever. It is designed for adult viewers.
Other Video Resources
This is an excellent explanation of the autoimmune response to an infection that causes sudden psychiatric problems in children called Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorder Associated with Streptococcal infection (PANDAS), and Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome (PANS).