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  • Sam DiFranco

Recognize Mental Health Problems In Your Child.


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Mental health problems in children are common, real, and treatable. Without treatment there is an increased risk in behavioral problems at school, decline in grades, suicide, trouble with the criminal justice system, and more. With the help of teachers and other caregivers, parents can identify these problems early on and can determine whether or not help should be sought out for the child. 

If you recognize the following signs, then professional help may be needed: 


Decline in school performance


Poor grades in spite of strong efforts


Constantly worried or feeling anxious


Repeated refusal to go to school or to take part in normal activities


Hyperactivity or fidgeting


Persistent nightmares


Persistent disobedience or aggression


Frequent temper tantrums


Depression, sadness or irritability

If you suspect a problem, or just have questions and concerns contact us to see a Mental Health professional. (813)244-1251

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