December 9th 2022
Take a look at this bread-and-butter case of ADHD from a child psychiatry clinic.
December 8th 2022
Does childhood trauma affect outcomes in bipolar disorder? Researchers analyzed the impact of childhood trauma on outcomes in outpatients with bipolar disorder treated with lithium or quetiapine in a randomized clinical trial.
December 5th 2022
November 29th 2022
Psychiatrists are in a unique position to empower their patients by recognizing and addressing key issues surrounding gender and sexuality.
November 21st 2022
The importance of normalizing discussions about the 4 Ss with children.
How to Support Youth in Crisis With Behavioral Health Services
How can clinicians support both youth and their families in managing and recovering from crisis?
The Week in Review: October 31-November 4
From the relationship between psychotic disorders and dementia risk to the major differences between bipolar I and bipolar II, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
Youth Empowerment Starts With “You”
How can we reimagine youth empowerment in order to break the cycles of dysfunction caused by trauma?
Study Explores Impact of Circadian Pathway, Insomnia Risk Genes on Sleep Disturbance in Autism
Connections between autism risk, sleep disturbances, insomnia risk genes and circadian pathways were analyzed.
Promoting Harmony Over Hate in Child Development Across Religions and Races
Enjoy these pearls from the American and Canadian Associations of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry meeting in Toronto.
Promoting Harmony Instead of Hate in Children and Adolescents Across Religions and Races
Here’s 10 suggestions for how both children and adults can be more tolerant.
The Week in Review: October 10-14
From traumatic brain injury to the dangers of excessive social media usage, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
Expert Sheds Light on Opioid Overdose Crisis in Youth
Opioid use, addiction, and overdose in youth continue to increase. What can be done?
School Is in Session
September always feels like back-to-school season...
New Position Statement on Trauma-Responsive Care for Youth
The National Commission on Correctional Health Care has issued a new directive for trauma-responsive care for children and adolescents in correctional facilities.
Childhood Trauma: 10 Tips for Screening and More
How do you screen for childhood trauma? One doctor at the 2022 Annual Psychiatric Times™ World CME Conference in San Diego, one doctor shared his most helpful tips.
Update on Depression Treatments for Youth
Further evidence-based antidepressant treatments are needed for children and adolescents with depression.
$5.3 Million in Grants Awarded to Address Youth Mental Health Crisis
Inaugural recipients will use funds to support infrastructure, student mental health, and programs for children with behavioral challenges.
Longitudinal Study of Sleep and ADHD Symptoms
Good night, sleep tight! Researchers performed a 9-year follow-up of sleep disturbance and ADHD symptoms in a population-based cohort study.
Reflecting on Another Mass Shooting
A physician assistant writes a poem inspired by the recent mass shooting in Uvalde.
From the Pages of Psychiatric Times: June 2022
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the June 2022 issue of Psychiatric Times.
Pediatricians Submit 300+ Personal Gun Violence Testimonies to Congressional Record
The American Academy of Pediatrics included these testimonies in a statement submitted to the US Senate Judiciary Committee in advance of the committee’s hearing on gun violence prevention.
The Youth Mental Health Crisis: Supporting Patients With ASD and ADHD
How can we help this unique patient population thrive? Experts weigh in at the 2022 APA Annual Meeting.
On Thin Ice: Competitive Sports & Youth Mental Health
What will society do to children in order to make them win? What should be sacrificed in the name of competition? How much pressure is too much? And how do we pick up the pieces when young athletes are pushed too far?
Addressing the Youth Mental Health Crisis With Coordinated Systems of Care
How can integrated systems of care help us provide the appropriate level of high-quality care to each individual child?
From the Pages of Psychiatric Times: April 2022
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the April 2022 issue of Psychiatric Times.
Wish for Hope
New Make-A-Wish study gives eye-opening insight into the mental and emotional impact of wish-granting for children battling critical illnesses.
Building a Resilient Future: Addressing Youth Mental Health
We must prioritize youth mental health for a flourishing and resilient American future.
One Life at a Time
Reflections from a child and adolescent psychiatrist in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Silent Epidemic: Parental Alienation in a Child is on Par With Physical and Sexual Abuse
Parental alienation is devastating and toxic for the child.
Psychiatric Care in the US: Are We Facing a Crisis?
What US state has the best mental health care?
Taking a Look at Child Athlete Mental Health
Is the mental health of young athletes in danger?
TikTok: Biggest Concerns for Children and Adolescents
TikTok: How is it harming child and adolescent mental health?
Fun and Games: Improving Youth Opioid Awareness
Can a game improve children and adolescents knowledge of the opioid crisis?
The Blueprint: Strategizing and Partnering to End Youth Suicide
The Chief Medical Officer for the AFSP sat down with Psychiatric Times to talk about the new Blueprint for Youth Suicide Prevention.
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