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Video Courses

Video Courses

Our video courses are a valuable resource for parents who are wanting more information on a specific topic. We have researched the leading physicians on various topics and are bringing them to you, so that you can be informed and empowered to make the right decisions for your family.

Raising Emotionally Healthy Kids from Birth to 25

This 8-video course features Dr. Katy Hopkins, child and adolescent psychologist, discussing the stages of emotional development and how parents can support their children appropriately based on their age.
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10 Things Pediatricians Want You To Know

Pediatrician and child psychologist, Dr. Steve Johnson, shares ten useful and practical videos to help parents understand certain common things that most children go through. This is a must-watch for any parent with informative tips that are sure to help you get a better grasp on common pediatric questions.
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ADHD Explained For Parents

When it comes to pediatric mental health, ADHD is one of the most common issues that parents will bring up in a doctor’s visit. In this 8-video course, Dr. Johnson, a pediatrician and clinical psychologist specializing in ADHD, explains what ADHD is, what parents should know, and how the family can support a child with ADHD.
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Acne is a skin condition that effects so many, especially our big kids and adolescents. In this toolkit, Dr. Lio addresses what acne is, preventing acne, numerous treatment options, and more.
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Anxiety is a common conversation in many pediatrician offices these days. Dr. Eken specializes in this area and explains many aspects of anxiety in children and adolescents. If you suspect your child is experiencing anxiety, this toolkit will be a great resource for you.
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In this 8-video toolkit, Dr. Sublett goes in depth on the topic of asthma: what it is, what to look for, how to treat it and how to live with the condition.
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Dr. Eken and Dr. Causey together explain what Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is, its relationship with childhood anxiety, and how parents can approach the therapy with their children.
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Common Sports Injuries

Dr. Canty describes in detail a number of common sports injuries, from the ankle to upper extremities. This insightful course is perfect for any young athlete's family to learn more about the complexities and common injuries that can come from being active.
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Ear Infections

Ear infections are so common in young children. In this toolkit, Dr. Goudy discusses why kids get ear infections, treatment options, getting ear tubes and more!
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Ear, Nose and Throat Medley

This 28-video course covers so many common topics related to the ear, nose and throat specialty. Dr. Goudy presents great education in bite-sized pieces on a variety of related topics.
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Eating Disorders

Dr. Eken specializes in the area of eating disorders and shares numerous insights on signs and symptoms, how to talk about this topic with your child, treatment and more. This comprehensive toolkit will provide incredible information that will help answer several questions about eating disorders.
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Dr. Lio's passion for educating patients is apparent in this thorough course on eczema. He shares the causes of this condition, what it is, as well as many options for treatment.
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ERD - Electronic Reactivity & Dysregulation

We've all heard about the effects of "screen-time," but do you know just how harmful it could be? Dr. Causey walks us through what happens to a child's brain with ERD, the harmful effects of the condition, and solutions to consider for caregivers.
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Environmental & Drug Allergies

This course on Environmental & Drug Allergies is jam-packed with information on many types of common allergies. Known for his 'myth busting' style on social media, Dr. Stukus brings a wealth of knowledge on the topic.
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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Dr. Storch explains what Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is, treatment options, research in the area, and how to work with your pediatrician to get the best care for your child.
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Raising a Young Athlete

This course is great for any family who has a child actively participating in sports or is considering participating in sports. Dr. Canty describes the many benefits of sports and physical activities and how parents and families can support young athletes.
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