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child psychologist

Psychology A mental health professional with a PhD in psychology who administer tests, evaluates and treats children's emotional disorders, but can't prescribe medications
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Understandably, child psychologists insist that they do good.
Luckily he was saved by Tom Seymour, the child psychologist who testified at his trial.
Child psychologist Dr Pat Spungin says, "The pressure on everyone to be having a perfect time together, and the feeling this is a one-off chance, can actually permeate every aspect of the holiday.
Horn, a child psychologist and head of the National Fatherhood Initiative, and Tynan, a pediatric psychologist at the A.
Last November FOF President Dobson, a child psychologist and radio counselor, asked supporters to send additional donations to counter an unexpected downturn in contributions.
A child psychologist then would probably have put me down as a future serial killer but it's what every big sister or brother did to their sibling - didn't they?
TV child psychologist Professor Tanya Byron is to advise Labour in a review of its policy on schools.
Child psychologist Shane Gallagher also found that parents were unlikely to know the extent of the problem, whether their child was a victim or a bully.
Children have many fantasies and love to escape into a world of make-believe they can imagine for themselves," the Daily Star quoted Child psychologist and TV presenter Laverne Antrobus as saying.
Child psychologist Laverne Antrobus said: "Believing in aliens is more exciting than thinking about where they may come from.
Becta has commissioned child psychologist Professor Tanya Byron to explore the issue further.

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