Do you know the warning signs of anxiety and depression in children? Do you know what to do if your child is diagnosed with anxiety or depression?
We invite you to join our Parent Resource Meeting to discuss anxiety and depression in children on March 18 from 7-8:30 pm in the Community Room at the New Berlin Public Library. Matthew D. Jandrisevits, Ph.D, a licensed psychologist from Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, will be the presenter.
If you would like to reserve a seat during this Parent Resource Meeting, call Southwest Pediatrics at (262) 789-6020 or the New Berlin Public Library at (262) 754-1814.
The New Berlin Public Library is located at 15105 Library Lane in New Berlin, Wis.
It’s not too late to get the flu vaccine. The flu season has arrived and there have been 25 flu-related hospitalizations confirmed statewide. These hospitalizations are across all the age groups. In years past it is usually the very young and the very old, so its off to a little different start this year.
As families travel and family members return home for the holidays you can be exposed to viruses from other parts of the state.
I recommend that everyone over the age of 6 months should receive either the flu mist or shot. It usually takes about two weeks to develop full immunity, so call our office to make an appointment to protect your family.
We can be reached at 262-789-6020.
Join us to learn about parenting a child with ADHD, tips to make dealing with your child’s ADHD easier on the family and coping skills for your child at our upcoming ADHD parent education meeting.
Date: Nov. 12, 2013
Time: 6-8 p.m.
Location: New Berlin Public Library, Community room, 15105 Library Lane, New Berlin, Wisconsin
Presenter: Marianne Burton, Ph.d. (child psychologist)
Please contact Michelle at MRodriguez@chw.org for more information or to reserve a spot.
- Linda Koshick, clinic office rep., Southwest Pediatrics
Relational aggression is causing harm by manipulating peer relationships to intentionally hurt someone. Most often it is associated with girls as they tend to form close bonds with one another and therefore have more information that can be used as “ammunition” when things go wrong.
Too often these behaviors are dismissed by adults who often say, “that’s just girls being girls,” or “everyone goes through this so don’t worry.” The problem with responses like these is that they are dismissive and do nothing to address how this type of aggression …Continue reading →
The flu vaccine for the 2013-2014 flu season is now available at Southwest Pediatrics. Our doctors recommend that everyone over the age of 6 months receive the vaccine.
Both the shot and the flu mist are effective for about a year, and can be done at our office. We have opened special flu clinic hours or it can be received during your child’s regular physical examinations.
Call us at 262-789-6020 to schedule an appointment.