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Attention from their parents, not an overload of presents, is the only thing that really counts for younger children in the long run during the holidays, says David Castro-Blanco, Ph.D., a core faculty member and head of the Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology, Child and Adolescent Psychology Track, at the Adler School of Professional Psychology. In an interview with WBBM Radio veteran reporter John Cody, Dr. Castro-Blanco also explains how Charlie Brown and the Grinch can help financially pressed parents who want to avoid “present overload” with their children.
Click here for the story “Experts to Parent: Watch Out for ‘Present Overload’”
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