Child Mind Institute News

‘One small step for mankind; one huge step for mental health awareness and understanding!!!’

Harry Kimball

May 18, 2017

What makes the #MyYoungerSelf anti-stigma campaign transformative is not just that celebrities are speaking out about mental health. It’s that young people and families are hearing it.

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Speak Up for Kids,

Pop Culture

Are Our Kids Tech Addicts?

Caroline Miller

May 16, 2017

Texting has become the preferred mode of communication for this generation of teenagers, the experts at the Child Mind Institute’s Spring Luncheon agreed, and it has some serious drawbacks.

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Brain Development, Mental Health,

Mental Health

‘On Edge’: A Memoir About Life With Panic Attacks

Caroline Miller

May 16, 2017

Journalist Andrea Petersen has written a candid and compelling book about living with panic attacks.

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Child Mind Institute Events

The 3rd Annual Change Maker Awards Ceremony

Harry Kimball

May 10, 2017

At the Child Mind Institute’s 3rd Annual Change Maker Awards, celebrity attendees again and again acknowledged the real stars: the courageous kids and the people who dedicate their lives to helping them.

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Child Mind Institute News,

Child Mind Institute News

Standing Up for Science Is Speaking Up for Kids

Harry Kimball

April 17, 2017

We support science because it is the best way to help struggling kids and a model for moving together into a better future.

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Child Mind Institute News

Dr. Jill Emanuele on Our New Mood Disorders Center

March 21, 2017

The new Mood Disorders Center at the Child Mind Institute brings transformative care to children and families who have tried other options without success.

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Change Makers

Why We Honor Change Makers

Harold S. Koplewicz, MD

February 15, 2017

To counter a public health crisis in children’s mental health, we don’t just need a movement. We need many movements. That's what the Change Maker Awards recognizes.

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Child Mind Institute News

Rep. Tim Murphy on Overcoming Passive-Aggression

January 6, 2017

The key to defusing passive-aggressive interactions is a clear and direct style of communication.

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In The News

NYC Schools Recruit Pups to Help Calm Kids

Beth Arky

December 21, 2016

A new pilot program is putting dogs in seven New York City public schools. The program is aimed at improving the mood at school and calming kids who may be stressed out because of issues in class or at home.

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