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Psychologist at CUCARD-Westchester


Christa D. Labouliere, PhD

It can be very difficult to figure out if a youth or young adult is at risk for suicide, and equally hard to know what to do. Educate yourself on the warning signs, and consider these suggestions and resources. 

Paula Yanes-Lukin, PhD

Is your child worried, fearful, or nervous? These feelings make us human, but too much worry, or anxiety, might be a symptom of an anxiety disorder. 

John Paul M. Reyes, PhD

People of all ages, including children, teens, and young adults, sometimes feel down, depressed, irritable, or sad. If these feelings last longer than 2 weeks and start to affect parts of daily life such as eating, sleeping, relationships, or school, a person may be experiencing depression.

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