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D'Arcy Lyness

Adolescent Psychologist and Behavioral Health Editor

KidsHealth

HQ Phone:  (302) 651-4046

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KidsHealth

1600 Rockland Road

Wilmington, Delaware,19803

United States

Company Description

The award-winning KidsHealth comes from Nemours, a children's health system that cares for 250,000 children annually and is one of the largest nonprofit organizations devoted to children's health. Established in 1936 by philanthropist Alfred I. duPont, Nemou...more

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The Nemours Foundation


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"Am I Pretty?": What Moms, Daughters Really Think About Looks

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"A mother's self-image greatly influences how her daughter views herself," says D'Arcy Lyness, PhD, a child and adolescent psychologist and behavioral health editor at KidsHealth.
In the survey, many girls reported worrying about their looks a lot throughout the day, sometimes "constantly." "All that concern over looks erodes a girl's self-esteem," Dr. Lyness says.


HEALTHY HABITS FOR BACK TO SCHOOL | Kids Life Magazine

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"First-day jitters are normal," says D'Arcy Lyness, PhD, child psychologist and medical editor for KidsHealth.org.


What Kids Worry About - Baltimore's Child

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"Worry about the health of a loved one-whether it's a parent, grandparent, sibling, or a pet-is a concern kids often experience," explains D'Arcy Lyness, Ph.D., who is a child and adolescent psychologist and the medical editor for KidsHealth.org.
"Parents can provide perspective as well as support," reminds Lyness.


Body Wise: Body Image • MetroKids, Nov. 2008

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"Looking good is important," says Dr. D'Arcy Lyness, a child and adolescent psychologist in Wayne, PA and behavioral health editor for KidsHealth.org.
Boys can benefit from the same body image strategies as girls, says Dr. Lyness.


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