Anxiety/Mood/Behavior

Anxiety/Mood/Behavior

Anxiety Summit 5: The Gut-Brain Axis in Autism
Anxiety Summit 5: The Gut-Brain Axis in Autism

Register for the Anxiety Summit Now Watch the video of me and Trudy Scott talking about our interview on the upcoming summit. (above) The title of my talk is: “Anxiety & the Gut-Brain Axis in Autism” This is the 5th Anxiety Summit (Trudy’s an expert host), and...

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Holiday Meltdowns – Could it be your Christmas Tree?
Holiday Meltdowns – Could it be your Christmas Tree?

Now, don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against Christmas or Christmas trees.  But the pine tree, might be a problem. Before you run out and buy a fresh, new Christmas tree or holiday wreath, you’ll want to read my client’s experience at Christmas last year,...

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Addressing Anxiety in Autism
Addressing Anxiety in Autism

If you have an autistic child, chances are you’ve noticed your child often displays physical and behavioral signs of anxiety such as restlessness, recurring headaches, withdrawing from family or refusing to go to school. Unfortunately, anxiety is a common occurrence...

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Can Aggression be Related to Food?
Can Aggression be Related to Food?

Aggression is a difficult and sometimes devastating symptom that occurs in children for varied reasons—some known and some unknown — both nature and nurture. It’s a difficult area to study/understand for many reasons, especially for children and adults with autism...

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Salicylates and Summertime
Salicylates and Summertime

If you were hoping that summertime – a time with no school, fresh air, sunshine, and exercise – would help your child feel better and improve their behavior…. but it hasn’t, then salicylates might be your challenge. What are salicylates? Salicylates...

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