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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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However, she did undergo tests by a child psychologist which demonstrated her intelligence and she was accepted on that basis.
A REVOLUTIONARY new potty can help toddlers master potty-training earlier, according to a child psychologist.
A leading child psychologist last night praised the council's pledge to investigate possible widespread problems which may have led to the two suspected teenage suicides in the last month.
WORKING mothers will be reassured by the findings of the Children of the '90s study according to a child psychologist involved in the research.
Actor Rubinstein's fully voiced reading suits Kellerman's latest in his series starring child psychologist Alex Delaware, his significant other Robin, and his friend LA Police Dept.
Kids need to realize that divorce isn't the end of the world for them or their family," says Joyce Pedro-Carroll, a child psychologist.
Children's television can have important educational and social benefits, and banning youngsters from watching it could be a form of deprivation, a child psychologist said yesterday.
Leading Child Psychologist Tells Parents How to Enhance Their
A child psychologist who is not keen on children faces a crisis when his girlfriend announces she is pregnant.
Child psychologist Laverne Antrobus said: "Believing in aliens is more exciting than thinking about where they may come from.
Washington, July 31 (ANI): Late King of Pop Michael Jackson's ex-wife, Debbie Rowe, and mother, Katherine, will be splitting the cost of a child psychologist as part of a new custody agreement.
Child psychologist Dr Stephen Briers says the key to improving car travel with the kids is preparation.

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