Author | Gabrielle A. Carlson, MD

Articles

We’ve Got Issues: Children and Parents in the Age of Medication

April 06, 2011

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For those of us who treat seriously emotionally disturbed children, We’ve Got Issues is a welcome change from the invectives of those who believe that the use psychotropic medication is virtually criminal.

Helping Children Hospitalized for Rages

July 10, 2009

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Rages are part of a syndrome of severe mood dysregulation, which is defined by markedly increased and frequent reactivity to negative emotional stimuli.

Medication-Induced Activation in Children and Adolescents

September 01, 2005

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Treating bipolar disorder in young patients can often result in aggravation, irritability or even reactivation depending on the type of medication used. What are typical examples of medication-induced rebound and what are the implications of these types of responses in children?

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