August 18, 2017
The Child Mind Institute and Bloomingdale's were mentioned in this story about donating to charities that work to improve mental health.
August 2, 2017
Dr. Harold S. Koplewicz, president of the Child Mind Institute, said the study is a unique way of showing how children and teens were affected by the show just after its release.
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July 28, 2017
"It'll be OK" might seem like three magic words, but kindly reassurances aren't the same permanent fixes, says Jill Emanuele, senior director of the Mood Disorders Center at the Child Mind Institute. Instead, parents should talk with their kid and try to come up with a solution to whatever's bothering them.
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July 28, 2017
Having a chronic illness like asthma, anxiety or diabetes can be embarrassing for teens. Here's how they can avoid standing out without putting their health at risk.
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July 27, 2017
The largest comprehensive study of children’s brains is under way in New York.
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July 10, 2017
According to a new study, teens with ADHD are significantly more likely to become parents than their typical peers.
To better understand the results of this study, we spoke with David Anderson, Ph.D., clinical psychologist and senior director of the ADHD and Behavior Disorders Center at the Child Mind Institute.
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June 29, 2017
One in five children struggles with mental health. ‘These disorders are not only common, they are very treatable,’ says world-renowned psychiatrist Dr. Koplewicz. At a time when screens have taken the place of babysitters, Koplewicz says that ‘being available’ for your child is crucial. Koplewicz runs the Child Mind Institute in New York City. With his unique and innovative approach he aims to dispel the myths and stigma that surround psychiatric disorders in young people.
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June 28, 2017
CBS2 asked Dr. Dave Anderson at Child Mind Institute. “They’re just a normal part of child development,” he said. Anderson said kids resort to kicking and screaming when they don’t have the words of coping mechanisms to handle a situation. He added it’s best to consider both proactive and reactive approaches.
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June 21, 2017
Although some stressed-out people may find comfort from them, there is not any particular toy that must be used as a tool, said David Anderson, a clinical psychologist who heads the ADHD and Behavior Disorders Center at the Child Mind Institute.
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June 15, 2017
Dr. Harold S. Koplewicz, a child and adolescent psychiatrist and president of the nonprofit Child Mind Institute, describes the neurochemical component that can make adolescents vulnerable to mental illness, and how you communicate with someone experiencing suicidal thoughts like Conrad Roy could make all the difference.
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