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Together, read stories and enjoy music and other creative arts that have religious or spiritual themes. She co-authored Relaxation: A Comprehensive Manual for Adults, Children, and Children with Special Needs. If you punish Billy for rejecting Joey, you only increase Billy's resentment of his classmate. Our daughter LOVES them and has learned so much from these! Helping students with disabilities can be highly rewarding. As part of our multi-disciplinary treatment approach, we offer a full range of psychiatric services, including psychiatric consultation and ongoing medication management for a range of concerns, including ADD/ADHD.

Pages: 48

Publisher: Mason Crest (September 2010)

ISBN: 1422217248

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