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Care and Support Updates

Updates on the latest clinical offerings from our centers in New York City and the San Francisco Bay Area.

June 20, 2022

Teens are often moody. That’s why it’s easy to miss signs if they’re actually depressed and need help. Symptoms of depression include things like avoiding hanging out with friends and family and being sad or angry. If your child shows more than a few of these signs they may have depression that warrants professional attention.

Getting help can feel daunting, but treatment can be transformative for children and adolescents struggling with depression. Early identification and treatment reduces impairment and can even prevent more serious problems later in life. To book an evaluation, please reach out to us today.

Matthew Cruger, PhD
Matthew Cruger, PhD
Associate Clinical Director; Clinical Neuropsychologist
Is It ADHD or Bipolar Disorder?


Is It ADHD or Bipolar Disorder?

Diagnosing children who may have bipolar disorder can be very difficult because there is symptom overlap with ADHD.

If you are concerned about your child, it is important to get an evaluation by a clinician who is experienced in treating these disorders.

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Managing Intense Emotions: Mental Health Videos and Skills Sheets for K -12


Managing Intense Emotions: Mental Health Videos and Skills Sheets for K -12

One thing kids of all ages have in common is difficulty handling big, uncomfortable emotions. The California Healthy Minds, Thriving Kids Project provides a series of free, evidence-based video and print resources that can help teach students the mental health skills they need to be more ready to learn.

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Toddler Development Study: Seeking Participants


Toddler Development Study: Seeking Participants

The Autism Center Research team at the Child Mind Institute is inviting parents of children between the ages of 18 and 48 months with concerns about their development, play, and/or social skills to participate in a NIMH-funded study on the relationship between brain development and behavior.

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