On this episode I welcome Dr. Hina Talib, a board certified Adolescent Medicine Physician. With only 500 practicing Adolescent Medicine Physicians in the US, it's a small but extremely important subspecialty in Pediatrics. Dr. Talib sees patients in those tween years through their teenage years. ...
On this episode I welcome Dr. Hina Talib, a board certified Adolescent Medicine Physician.
We hash out those stages of adolescent development:
Early Adolescence: 11 years-14 years
Middle Adolescence: 14 years-16 years
Late Adolescence: 16 years-18 years
We discuss the importance of understanding their development in order to better be able to communicate with them and understand where they are coming from with their actions.
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