Overcoming Children’s Genetic Risk for Externalizing Disorders, Part 3: The effect of the environment


Instructor: Liane J Leedom, M.D.

When a child has inherited a genetic risk for externalizing disorders, the child’s environment — including parents, siblings and friends — may determine whether or not these disorders actually develop. Therapists will learn how to assess the genetic and environmental risk that these children face.

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