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Improving Sleep in Children and Adolescents

At this very moment, we are in the midst of the “The Great Sleep Recession”. Children and adolescents who suffer from sleep problems can have a wide range of issues negatively impacting their day-to-day lives. So, how can clinicians enhance their patient’s quality of life by improving sleep outcomes? Well, this is exactly what Mara and I are going to dive into on this episode of The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast, brought to you by the Child Psychiatry team. 




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