Anatomy of Mental Health (Episode 99)

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Doctors Brian and Giuseppe speak to child psychiatrist and co-founder of ementalhealth.ca, Dr. Michael Cheng, about anxiety, sensory processing problems, and how parents can find information about mental health problems.

What are the most common mental health concerns?

Are there general strategies for parents who want to help their kids cope with worry?

What are sensory processing problems, and how are they treated? Dr. Cheng recommends SPD Foundation for more information.

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