Parent Handout Series

The KU Clinical Child Psychology Doctoral Program is pleased to provide the following resources for parents of children and adolescents.  The Handouts provided below offer evidence-based guidance to parents on a range of topics.  The information contained in these handouts was researched and compiled by doctoral students in the Clinical Child Psychology Program, reviewed by licensed and board certified child and adolescent psychologists for accuracy and comprehensiveness, and reviewed by parents for utility.  The Program thanks Dr. Carolyn Schroeder for her leadership in the development of this series of parent handouts.  Please see Additional Resources for more information about specific mental health conditions and concerns from the KU Child and Family Services Clinic. 

Behavior Problems

Family Issues

Health Concerns

Mood Symptoms and Disorders

Sexuality/Sexual Health

The information contained in these handouts is provided in good faith, and is judged by the authors and reviewers to reflect accurate information.  Neither the KU Child and Family Services Clinic Director nor anyone associated with the KU Child and Family Services Clinic takes legal responsibility for the content of the data contained within the following pages.  The information contained in these pages does not allow the diagnosis or treatment of any disorder or problem, and is not a substitute for diagnosis, consultation, or treatment by a licensed professional.  Please consult a licensed and board certified clinical child/adolescent psychologists for any specific questions about diagnosis or treatment. 

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