Author | Donald E. Greydanus, MD

Articles

Predicting, Assessing, and Treating Self-Harm in Adolescents

March 26, 2015

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The authors differentiate between 3 types of deliberate self-harm: nonsuicidal self-injury, culturally sanctioned body modifications (tattooing or body piercing), and unintentional or accidental injury.

Strategies to Improve Medication Adherence in Youths

March 26, 2012

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This discussion focuses on approaches to improve medication adherence, particularly in reference to helping adolescents remain on recommended psychopharmacological regimens when transitioning from acute to long-term maintenance.

Self-Harm Prevention Tips: Things to Look For

March 23, 2012

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Here we list important points to keep in mind when assessing and treating patients who self harm.

Treating Self-Harm in Children and Adolescents

April 28, 2011

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Deliberate self-harm (DSH) is a behavior in which a person commits an act with the purpose of physically harming himself or herself with or without a real intent of suicide.

Psychopharmacology for ADHD in Adolescents: Quo Vadis?

May 01, 2003

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With all the various types of medications as well as different formulations that can be used to treat ADHD in adolescents, choosing the right one can be a difficult task. This analysis of the options will help make that choice easier.

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