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Fit Families with Dr. Krystal White


Dr. Krystal White is a pediatric psychologist who specializes in community assets and the family. She serves as an expert in providing services for the 0-5 population, conducting developmental and psychological evaluations, and equipping families to develop healthy habits. Dr. White works at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center co-located with pediatricians in the Department of Pediatrics. She has a weekly radio hour on the Kaiserslautern AFN on positive health. She completed a fellowship at Madigan Army Medical Center, has a PhD in child clinical psychology and master's of Christian leadership from Fuller Theological Seminary, and a master's in education from Harvard.

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Tip for the Month -- "Just Play!"

Play bonds families together. How you decide to have fun together as a family, from visiting castles to going on a hike to playing card games, reveals your family values, culture and identity. Play can be the antidote to conflict as well. It allows our brains and bodies to relax, think clearly, solve problems, sleep better, eat better, breathe efficiently and feel more grateful.

"Just play!" though, it often harder than it seems. It takes scheduling, practice and energy to have fun sometimes. But the more positive time you have with your kids, the more productive they will be.

Handouts:
- Healthy Family Habits
- How to Discipline
- Temper Tantrums and Time Out
- How to Co-Parent
- Play: Why it Matters
- Use of Electronics and Screens
- Your Child's Temperment
- Angry Kids
- The Sensitive Child
- Highly Active Kids
- Biting and Hitting Kids
- How to Handle Bullies
- Raising Smart Kids
- How to Bond with Your Kids
- How to Handle Deployment
- Toilet Training Issues
- Meal Time Problems
- Healthy Eating Habits
- Healthy Sleeping Habits

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