Behavior Health Center

Parents want the very best for their children -- and that includes the best behavior. Whether you have questions about how to teach your child not to bite or how to get your child to sleep in her own bed or how to deal with irrational fears, we're here to help with all that and more.

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Pesticides, Intelligence, and Behavior

Among the pesticides in common use in the United States today, I am most concerned about the organophosphates – originally commercialized as nerve agents for chemical warfare. A significant study published in the December 2006 Pediatrics links decreased brain development and increased ADHD to organophosphate levels in inner city minority children in New York City. …

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Articles

A thorough look at some of the more common behavioral issues parents face in their children.

Q&A Guides

Dr. Greene answers parents’ questions, from breath-holding to the effects of sugar in the diet.

Discipline

Beneficial ways to help your child through stressful moments, and even how to get them willingly involved in doing chores!

Bedwetting Behavior

It may be surprising to find that bedwetting is most often a case of genetic predisposition, and not a behavioral issue. There are, however, ways to help your child through this phase.

Raising Boys

A look into some experiences young boys may face, including circumcision and XYY syndrome.

Special Needs

Having a child with special needs may sometimes feel isolating for parents. Hear from parents in similar situations, how to support your child and each other.