How to Understand Child Psychology

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  1. Symptoms of Child Behavior Disorders
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    Symptoms of Child Behavior Disorders

  2. Treatments for Behavior Disorders
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    Treatments for Behavior Disorders

  3. What Is Aggressive Behavior?
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    What Is Aggressive Behavior?

  4. Why Do Children Lie?
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    Why Do Children Lie?

  5. Why Do Children Cheat?
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    Why Do Children Cheat?

  6. What Is Conduct Disorder?
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    What Is Conduct Disorder?

  7. What Is a Disruptive Behavior Disorder?
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    What Is a Disruptive Behavior Disorder?

  8. Why Do Children Fight & Bite?
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    Why Do Children Fight & Bite?

  9. Why Do Children Steal?
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    Why Do Children Steal?

  10. What Is Oppositional Defiant Disorder?
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    What Is Oppositional Defiant Disorder?

  11. Why Do Children Cut & Self-Injure?
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    Why Do Children Cut & Self-Injure?

  12. Why Do Children Swear?
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    Why Do Children Swear?

  13. Why Do Children Throw Temper Tantrums?
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    Why Do Children Throw Temper Tantrums?

  14. Trichotillomania aka Hairpulling
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    Trichotillomania aka Hairpulling

  15. How to Handle Violent Behavior
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    How to Handle Violent Behavior

  16. Does Punishment Work?
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    Does Punishment Work?

  17. Do Rewards Work?
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    Do Rewards Work?

  18. How to Use Allowance
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    How to Use Allowance

  19. Children & Materialism
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    Children & Materialism

  20. When Does a Child Need Therapy?
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    When Does a Child Need Therapy?

  21. How to Find a Child Psychologist
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    How to Find a Child Psychologist

  22. What Is ADHD?
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    What Is ADHD?

  23. What Causes ADHD?
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    What Causes ADHD?

  24. ADD vs. ADHD
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    ADD vs. ADHD

  25. ADHD Risk Factors
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    ADHD Risk Factors

  26. What Are Symptoms of ADHD?
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    What Are Symptoms of ADHD?

  27. How Is ADHD Diagnosed?
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    How Is ADHD Diagnosed?

  28. How Is ADHD Treated?
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    How Is ADHD Treated?

  29. What Are Medications for ADHD?
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    What Are Medications for ADHD?

  30. Behavior Therapy for ADHD
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    Behavior Therapy for ADHD

  31. ADHD Prognosis
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    ADHD Prognosis

  32. Myths of ADHD
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    Myths of ADHD

  33. What Is Autism?
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    What Is Autism?

  34. What Causes Autism?
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    What Causes Autism?

  35. Autism Risk Factors
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    Autism Risk Factors

  36. Do Vaccines Cause Autism?
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    Do Vaccines Cause Autism?

  37. How to Spot the Symptoms of Autism
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    How to Spot the Symptoms of Autism

  38. Autism Myths
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    Autism Myths

  39. What Is the Autism Spectrum?
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    What Is the Autism Spectrum?

  40. How Is Autism Treated?
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    How Is Autism Treated?

  41. What Is Asperger's Syndrome?
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    What Is Asperger's Syndrome?

  42. Childhood Disintegrative Disorder
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    Childhood Disintegrative Disorder

  43. What Is Rett Syndrome?
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    What Is Rett Syndrome?

  44. What Is Dyslexia?
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    What Is Dyslexia?

  45. What Is Social Phobia?
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    What Is Social Phobia?

  46. What Is Generalized Anxiety Disorder?
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    What Is Generalized Anxiety Disorder?

  47. What Is Separation Anxiety?
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    What Is Separation Anxiety?

  48. Depression in Children & Teens
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    Depression in Children & Teens

  49. What Causes Depression?
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    What Causes Depression?

  50. Depression Risk Factors
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    Depression Risk Factors

  51. Depression Symptoms in Children & Teens
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    Depression Symptoms in Children & Teens

  52. How Depression Is Diagnosed in Children
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    How Depression Is Diagnosed in Children

  53. How Is Depression Treated in Children?
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    How Is Depression Treated in Children?

  54. Depression Medication
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    Depression Medication

  55. What Is Bipolar Disorder?
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    What Is Bipolar Disorder?

  56. Eating Disorders in Children & Teens
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    Eating Disorders in Children & Teens

  57. How to Handle Overeating in Children
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    How to Handle Overeating in Children

  58. What Is Anorexia?
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    What Is Anorexia?

  59. What Is Bulimia?
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    What Is Bulimia?

  60. What Is Schizophrenia?
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    What Is Schizophrenia?

  61. What Is a Non-Verbal Learning Disorder?
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    What Is a Non-Verbal Learning Disorder?

  62. What Is Social Anxiety?
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    What Is Social Anxiety?

  63. What Is Selective Mutism?
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    What Is Selective Mutism?

  64. What Is an Eating Phobia?
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    What Is an Eating Phobia?

  65. What Is Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?
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    What Is Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?

  66. How to Get a Child to Sleep in His Bed
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    How to Get a Child to Sleep in His Bed

  67. How to Deal with Suicidal Thoughts
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    How to Deal with Suicidal Thoughts

  68. What Is Bullying?
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    What Is Bullying?

  69. What Is Cyberbullying?
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    What Is Cyberbullying?

  70. What Is Attachment Disorder?
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    What Is Attachment Disorder?

  71. When Should You Get Your Child Tested?
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    When Should You Get Your Child Tested?

  72. How to Advocate for Your Child
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    How to Advocate for Your Child

  73. How to Recognize a Learning Disability
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    How to Recognize a Learning Disability

  74. What Are Tics & Tourette's Syndrome?
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    What Are Tics & Tourette's Syndrome?

  75. Adolescent Substance Abuse Risk Factors
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    Adolescent Substance Abuse Risk Factors

  76. What Are Sleep Disorders?
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    What Are Sleep Disorders?

  77. What Is Gender Identity?
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    What Is Gender Identity?

  78. About Dr. Kimberly Williams
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    About Dr. Kimberly Williams

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  • Dr. Kimberly Williams

    Dr. Williams is a pediatric neuropsychologist and clinical psychologist with offices in Long Island and Brooklyn, New York. She has exceptional expertise in the evaluation of children with academic and learning problems, psychological disorders such as anxiety, depression, difficult or oppositional behaviors and those with developmental delays and social deficits. Dr. Williams also provides assessments for individuals with neurologic concerns such as tic disorders and Tourette's Syndrome, epilepsy, traumatic brain injuries and conditions secondary to medical illness. Dr. Williams is a graduate of Spelman College, earned her Doctor of Psychology at The Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology (The College of William and Mary, Norfolk State University, Old Dominion University and Eastern Virginia Medical School). She received her advanced training through Cornell Weill Medical Center at Lincoln Hospital and NYU Child Study Center and went on to join the faculty group practice and serve as clinical instructor of the Department for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the NYU Langone Medical Center before opening her private practices.