This psychologist gives advice on caring for infant and toddler mental health, and the No. 1 thing to do isn’t what you would expect. %
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You’re just out of cancer treatment – now what? Read about the transition oncology program that helps young cancer patients get back to living.
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Remember these three things when you’re about to have a conversation with parents of a sick or dying child.
Learn how psychologists use psychological interventions to help pediatric patients with life-threatening diseases maintain positive mental health during treatment.
Find out how Trinity uses yoga and make-believe creatures to regain her strength and coordination after pineoblastoma, a type of childhood cancer.
Dr. Beth Stewart studies specific pediatric cancer mutations. Read how she’ll use an NCCN Young Investigator Award to improve cancer treatment outcomes.