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The big issue: Missed, misunderstood and misdiagnosed
Open article: Is undiagnosed ADHD and autism at the root of many addictions? asks Kathy Carter. Therapy Today, November 2023
Experience: Call me by my name
The impact of misidentification can be significant, and requires acknowledgment and attention, says Anita Gaspar. Therapy Today, November 2023
Opinion: Has school counselling lost its voice?
Counselling is fighting to hold onto its place in school-based mental health initiatives, says Marilyn McGowan. Therapy Today, November 2023
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