Effects of prenatal maternal depression and antidepressant exposures on offspring neurodevelopment

Learning Objectives

  • To review the prevalence of prenatal maternal depression and gestational antidepressant exposure
  • To review current evidence regarding the influence of prenatal maternal depression and antidepressant exposure on early brain development
  • To understand novel approaches to disentangling prenatal effects of maternal depression from those of antidepressant exposure.
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Child Mind Institute Events

2019 Child Advocacy Award Dinner

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Cipriani 42nd Street

Please join us on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 as we celebrate the Child Mind Institute’s tenth anniversary at our Child Advocacy Award Dinner honoring co-founder Brooke Garber Neidich. The evening program will be hosted by Ali Wentworth and George Stephanopoulos.

6:00 pm: Cocktails
7:00 pm: Dinner and Program (Business Attire)

If you have any questions, please contact Emily Starrette at emily.starrette@childmind.org or call 646-625-4343.

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Behavior Problems

Behavioral and Emotional Skills Training

Friday, December 6, 2019

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Child Mind Institute

Adults caring for children often have questions about how to set clear expectations and manage behavior effectively. Especially when children exhibit challenging behaviors, adults want to know exactly how to address these situations with strategies that promote positive behavior, good social-emotional development, and increased self-esteem. The Child Mind Institute's B.E.S.T. Program (Behavioral and Emotional Skills Training for parents, nannies, and caregivers) provides just this sort of preparation. Informed by the most up-to-date research, clinicians provide adults with a structured training experience aimed at the teaching and immediate application of practical techniques for effective behavior management.

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Understanding social cognition in the context of learning and behavior

Learning Objectives

  • Identify at least three (3) key milestones that underlie the development of social cognitive skills from birth to age 5.
  • Explain the difference between a skills-based approach and a social cognitive–based approach.
  • Explain the difference between a conceptual framework and a treatment framework.
  • Explain why a person with social learning challenges may have reading comprehension and behavior modulation problems in the classroom.
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Pediatric Anxiety Disorders, from Risk to Remission

Learning Objectives

  • Attendees will be able to describe the developmental epidemiology of anxiety disorders.
  • Participants will identify risk factors for anxiety disorders in children and adolescents.
  • Attendees will describe the role of psychotherapy in treating pediatric anxiety disorders, as well as the importance of exposure-related interventions.
  • Attendees will be able to describe the evidence for selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and selective serotonin norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs) as well as the tolerability of these medications in pediatric anxiety disorders.
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Recent advances with noninvasive brain stimulation in child and adolescent psychiatry

Learning Objectives

  • Participants will demonstrate the ability to discuss the applications and dosing of transcranial magnetic stimulation (single-pulse, paired-pulse, high frequency, low frequency, theta burst stimulation).
  • Participants will review recent findings from studies examining transcranial magnetic stimulation as a neurophysiological probe and therapeutic tool in adolescents with depression and autism spectrum disorder.
  • Participants will demonstrate the ability to discuss the ethical, pragmatic, and study design challenges related to work with brain stimulation and children and adolescents.
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Behavior Problems

Behavioral and Emotional Skills Training

Friday, February 28, 2020

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Child Mind Institute

Adults caring for children often have questions about how to set clear expectations and manage behavior effectively. Especially when children exhibit challenging behaviors, adults want to know exactly how to address these situations with strategies that promote positive behavior, good social-emotional development, and increased self-esteem. The Child Mind Institute's B.E.S.T. Program (Behavioral and Emotional Skills Training for parents, nannies, and caregivers) provides just this sort of preparation. Informed by the most up-to-date research, clinicians provide adults with a structured training experience aimed at the teaching and immediate application of practical techniques for effective behavior management.

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Novel approaches to the assessment and management of suicidal risk in adolescents

Learning Objectives

  • The attendee will be able to describe the rationale for screening for suicide risk in adolescents seen in the pediatric emergency department and the advantages of using an adaptive rather than standard screening tool.
  • The attendee will be able to describe the rationale, methods, and major findings of studies that apply machine learning to electronic health records in order to delineate suicidal risk.
  • The attendee will be able to describe the results of a pilot study of suicidal and healthy young adults using fMRI-generated neural signatures to differentiate the two groups.
  • The attendee will be able to describe the rationale, approach, and major findings of the As Safe As Possible (ASAP) intervention for psychiatrically hospitalized, suicidal adolescents.
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Application of Mobile Technologies to Provide Insight into Child Health and Mental Health

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Behavior Problems

Behavioral and Emotional Skills Training

Friday, April 17, 2020

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Child Mind Institute

Adults caring for children often have questions about how to set clear expectations and manage behavior effectively. Especially when children exhibit challenging behaviors, adults want to know exactly how to address these situations with strategies that promote positive behavior, good social-emotional development, and increased self-esteem. The Child Mind Institute's B.E.S.T. Program (Behavioral and Emotional Skills Training for parents, nannies, and caregivers) provides just this sort of preparation. Informed by the most up-to-date research, clinicians provide adults with a structured training experience aimed at the teaching and immediate application of practical techniques for effective behavior management.

To get more information click here.

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