Posts in the Therapy category

McCaskill Family Services' Psychology Blog.


Check back often for posts about our treatments, webinar announcements, as well as new advancements in psychological research!


A is for August and, apparently, ADHD!

This article in the New York Times is very interesting to read if your child was born in August and you have worries or questions about ADHD. It discusses the link between August births and ADHD – a new study that raises questions about...

How To Help A Child With An Anxiety Disorder.

We thought this was an excellent article to share – a recent report from the Child Mind Institute in New York. Anxiety disorders are the most common health problems in children, and they often go untreated while children suffer. Kids with...

Team Building Event at The Brighton Equestrian Club.

A few photos from our recent, very successful team building event at the Brighton Equestrian Club. Thank you to our friends at the BEC for providing such a fantastic venue. And, of course, thank you to the horses for helping to make our day...

Assistive Technology: Are You Missing Something?

By Emily Kavanagh, M.S. Limited Licensed Psychologist Director, McCaskill Family Services Assistive Technology Center Assistive Technology (AT) refers to: “Any item, any piece of equipment or any system that helps an individual bypass,...

C-BIT: An Alternative Treatment for Tics

By Dr. Amanda Klingensmith, Ph.D. Many families have a hard time finding resources for their children with tics. With medications, some patients experience awful side effects, and some find that medications do not affect tic frequency or...

Habits: Making Changes that Last a Lifetime.

By Dr. Fred Upton, Ph.D. I am a person who always wants to have more data. I love step-trackers, heart rate monitors, spread sheets and functional analyses of behavior. If I can graph a behavior, I feel like I can control it. This is not...

Let's Care about Self-Care

By Truc Nguyen Taking care of yourself first and making your mental and physical well-being a priority sounds easy enough, right? However, as easy as it sounds, it can also sound kind of selfish at times. Well, I’m here to help...