Pediatric Mental Health

Managing Stress | 8/26/2020

An expert in Pediatric mental health talks about how to cope with kids returning to school when mental stress is at an all time high. For more information go to MentalHealthmap.com. Us discount code MHMFALL5. Close Modal …

Helping Teens and Tweens Ease Their COVID-19 Worries | 8/25/2020

… being isolated from peers has made them more lonely. So what can parents do to help their tweens and teens weather the mental health impacts of COVID-19? We reached out to three local pediatric mental health experts for advice. Here we mention some of the results of the Common Sense Media survey as well as some preliminary research published in medical journals, and our experts offer up actions parents …

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nView Health Sponsors iSPI Leadership Summit hosted by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center | PRWeb | 8/24/2020

… Summit. This virtual event is being held today and hosted by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Thomas Young, MD, Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder of nView Health, will be presenting on innovation in pediatric mental health assessments during the conference. The online summit will gather pediatric hospitals from across the world to exchange ideas and discuss their innovations, successes and challenges. In a series of highly interactive discussion groups …

First-Ever Consumer DNA Test to Unlock the Connection Between Genetics and Mental Wellness-Related Behavioral Tendencies | PRWeb | 8/19/2020

First-Ever Consumer DNA Test to Unlock the Connection Between Genetics and Mental Wellness-Related Behavioral Tendencies Share Article Amy Edgar, Expert in Pediatric Mental Health and Founder of Children’s Integrated Center for Success Teams with Genomind To Provide Consumers With A Genetic Roadmap to Mental Well-being NEW YORK (PRWEB) August 19, 2020 Living with a mental health challenges can be stressful even during the best of times. Then …

“This is exactly what we’ve been warning about”: Why some school reopenings have backfired | Vox | 8/17/2020

… weren’t open long enough for the transmission to be coming from within the schools,” says Megan Ranney, an emergency physician and the director for the Center for Digital Health at Brown University, who researches pediatric mental health . Nevertheless, infected students and staff arriving in the first week of school have already prompted shutdowns and quarantines around the country; in Mississippi, over half of counties have reported Covid-19 cases in …

This will be a very different school year. How should you talk to your children about what to expect? | 8/15/2020

… and adapt in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, parents and guardians face yet another new question on how to talk openly and honestly with kids and teens about what the near future holds. Pediatric mental health experts across the region say one of the first steps toward the answer to that question is to do just that: talk. But before you do, experts recommend talking through your own thoughts …

8-14-20 | 8/14/2020

8-17-20 » 8-14-20 7:50 Amy Edgar , an expert in Pediatric Mental Health and Awareness, joined the WEOL Morning Show to talk about COVID-19’s impact on the mental health of our society and how parents and students can manage stress ahead of the coming school year. (8:16) 8:10 Mary Herrick from the Blessing House in Lorain joined the show to talk about the new house being built by St. Vincent …

Heath expert offers tools to manage stress while navigating the pandemic | News | westernmassnews.com | 8/14/2020

… things worse for many, but there are ways to manage triggers of stress…with tools that give a leg up. “It’s really hard to make a plan when information changes daily,” said specialists in pediatric mental health at the Children’s Integrate Center for Success, Amy Edgar. Everywhere you look, the future remains uncertain, working from the office or the home, the kids in class, or on the couch, oh, and …

Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters Tops Out Pediatric Mental Health Hospital | 8/13/2020

Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters Tops Out Pediatric Mental Health Hospital Officials at Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters (CHKD; Norfolk, Va.) celebrated the topping out of its new mental health hospital in Norfolk with the highest beam placed atop the 14-story structure, Wavy.com. Located on the same campus as CHKD’s main hospital, the $224 provide a full spectrum of mental health services for children. The hospital will …

Thought Leader Conversation: School Psychologist Roseann Capanna-Hodge On Wellness Design Ideas For Covid Homeschooling | Forbes | 8/4/2020

… to Roseann Capanna-Hodge , a Connecticut Certified School Psychologist in private practice and co-author of Brain Under Attack: A Resource for Parents and Caregivers of Children with PANS, PANDAS and Autoimmune Encephalitis . The pediatric mental health expert works with patients who have ADHD, autism, anxiety, depression and learning disabilities. Capanna-Hodge has valuable insights on the challenges parents are going to face with continuing homeschooling and how some wellness …

What scientists are learning about kids and Covid-19 infection | Vox | 8/3/2020

… the midst of this forever, we’ve only been studying this virus for six months,” says Megan Ranney, an emergency physician and the director for the Center for Digital Health at Brown University, who researches pediatric mental health . Scientists like to talk about making evidence-based decisions, but right now, there are enough inconclusive or contradicting studies about children that people are able to cherry-pick the ones that support their …

New Era of Child-Focused Care for South Sound Families | PR Newswire | 7/9/2020

… interventional cardiology and radiology suite; dedicated MRI, CT and ultrasound, imaging, a state-of-the-art infusion center, endoscopy, lab and pharmacy services. The pediatric Emergency Department will have 38 treatment rooms and a pediatric mental health crisis stabilization unit. Delivering on a Legacy of Uncompromising Care For more than 60 years, Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital & Health Network has provided the pediatric services the South Sound community needs — working to …

Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT): A Unique Approach to Pediatric Mental Health | 6/24/2020

… PCIT) to build healthy connections between parents and their children. In fact, with over 300 publications citing PCIT, this approach is one of the most well-researched, evidence-based practices in the field of pediatric mental health today. Its unique approach uses live coaching sessions guided by the therapist that involve both the parent and the child. PCIT has been shown to significantly improve parenting skills and strengthen the bonds …

Golisano Center Focus on Pediatric Mental Health Disorders | 6/18/2020

The Golisano Behavioral Health and Wellness Building, the first of its kind in our region, has officially opened on South Avenue in Rochester. It’s dedicated to serving pediatric patients with mental health disorders. Lauren Opladen, 19, helped cut the ribbon marking the official opening of the building. The Greece teenager suffered from depression and got help. What You Need To Know The Golisano Behavioral Health and Wellness Building opens The …

Making the Rounds 6/17/20 | 6/17/2020

… a residency in general pediatrics at Indiana University, Riley Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Forster’s professional interests include children with special health care needs and pediatric mental health . NEW DENTIST AT MARTIN DENTAL IN EAU CLAIRE: Luke Viall will be joining Martin Dental in Eau Claire. Viall, a Waukesha native, attended the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry and an Advanced …

Facing a broken mental health system, many U.S. teens fall off a dangerous ‘cliff’ in their care | STAT | 6/17/2020

… to do that,” said David Axelson, a psychiatrist who runs the behavioral health and psychiatry program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. The hospital announced plans late last year to open a dedicated pediatric mental health facility. Right now, when teenage patients graduate, the hospital often refers them for therapy with an adult counselor and, in some cases, might allow them to keep the same psychiatrist for another year …

The second wave of coronavirus: Emotional effect on children | Boston Herald | 4/30/2020

… to work together to build resilience in the face of the widespread mental health impact of COVID-19 on all of our children and families. We at Franciscan Children’s, as a leading provider of pediatric mental health care for children and adolescents in New England, have launched a free virtual discussion series on YouTube to help parents and guardians better understand and address their children’s fear, anxiety and grief. We …

How to talk to your kids about COVID-19 - Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas | 4/29/2020

Most children have already heard about coronavirus, but many are scared and confused. It’s important for children to be well informed and have fact-based information. Dr. Roshni Koli, Medical Director for Pediatric Mental Health Services at Dell Children’s was recently featured on KXAN with information about how to help children cope during the pandemic. Dr. Koli, says caregivers should start by getting the right information, she suggests parents go …

Parenting Kids With Anxiety - The Atlantic | 4/14/2020

… get my child to school . That is a powerful driver too,” he said: “ I have to get to work after I drop you at school. ” Ruthie Arbit, a therapist who specializes in maternal and pediatric mental health , observes that for mothers, especially, time pressure can be compounded by guilt. “When there’s all the guilt that, as a working parent, I missed X, Y, Z,” she told me, “it’s a lot …

Editor’s Note: Focusing on Mental Health | 4/8/2020

Apr 8, 2020 at 12:50 PM The Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion addresses a growing pediatric mental health crisis. Take a tour of the new Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and you’re likely to be heartbroken and grateful all in the same visit. The new facility, located west of the main Nationwide Children’s campus just north of Livingston Avenue, is the country’s pediatric medical campus. The …

Addressing the Pediatric Mental Health Crisis | 4/8/2020

Addressing Wednesday Apr 8, 2020 at 11:47 AM Experts are unsure why pediatric mental health conditions are spiking, but increased awareness and treatment options are bringing new hope to patients and their families. From the outside, everything in Julia Paxton’s world looked perfect. She had warm, loving parents, plenty of friends, was active in student government at her Mount Vernon high school and was a trusted local babysitter. “But on …

Coronavirus In Colorado: Children’s Hospital Colorado Shares Tips for Calming Kids’ Anxiety | 3/27/2020

… the drastic changes to our normal routines caused by the coronavirus outbreak have had a large impact on our mental health — and the mental health of our children. Experts at the Children’s Hospital Colorado Pediatric Mental Health Institute have put together a list of ways families can help kids cope with anxiety and stress that may come with these changes and healthy ways to manage more time spent at home …

Orbit Health Launches Telepsychiatry Initiative to Reduce impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) | PR Newswire | 3/16/2020

… a concierge telepsychiatry service to industry leaders and their families. Orbit Health delivers top-notch mental health services for the CLSI with board-certified psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners, including experts in addiction and pediatric mental health . Qualifying CLSI participants will have prompt access for assessment and treatment of conditions such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. Through timely, high quality mental health services, community leaders will be better equipped …

Ending the stigma about kids mental health | 3/5/2020

… stigmas and silence around children’s mental health. According to the experts at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, their goal is to not just better serve kids in Ohio, but to also develop a national model for pediatric mental health care and research. The new Pavilion will expand clinical access for families, develop targeted prevention efforts and initiate research to better understand the causes and most effective treatment of behavioral health conditions. Learnings …

Mental-health resources scarce at UI Stead Family Children’s Hospital, researchers say | 12/4/2019

… Nopoulos said the donation from “Iowa Legend” Carson King was disproportionately allocated to other areas of the hospital, and excluded mental-health units. Nopoulos said that there are a mere 15 beds in the pediatric mental health unit, however the beds are not located in the new pediatric hospital. This disparity is despite the rate of death by suicide in individuals ages 14 to 19 being three times the death …

Mental Health Services

Increasing Access to Mental Health Care for Children: Emerging Evidence on Off-Site Integrated Care Programs | 11/19/2019

Three models of off-site integrated care can help to meet the growing need for mental health services in children and adolescents , according to a report in the November/December issue of Harvard Review of … and interprofessional communication,” the researchers write. Off-Site Approaches to Pediatric Mental Health Care – What’s the Evidence? Up to 20 percent of children have a psychiatric disorder, highlighting a “large and growing gap” between the …

Increasing Access to Mental Health Care for Children: Emerging Evidence on Off-Site Integrated Care Programs | 11/19/2019

HealthNewsDigest.com) - November 19, 2019 – Three models of off-site integrated care can help to meet the growing need for mental health services in children and adolescents , according to a report in the November/December issue … and interprofessional communication,” the researchers write. Off-Site Approaches to Pediatric Mental Health Care – What’s the Evidence? Up to 20 percent of children have a psychiatric disorder, highlighting a “large and growing gap” between the …

Behavioral Health

Quad Innovation Partnership Announces New Client: Partnership for Children’s Mental Health, a Center Focused on Improving the Youth Mental Health System in Colorado | PRWeb | 10/30/2019

Pediatric Mental Health Institute at Children’s Hospital Colorado. “The Quad is recognized as a leader tackling some of the biggest challenges facing our state. We’re excited to partner with them to create real impact for youth and families.” The project was made possible through the generosity of Mark and Shannon Breuer and their family, who are dedicated to supporting the most effective initiatives in expanding behavioral health access, reducing youth …

Help Your Patients Break the Stigma of Pediatric Mental Health: Behavioral Health Tools Are Just a Click Away | 9/10/2019

Previous Issues Help Your Patients Break the Stigma of Pediatric Mental Health: Behavioral Health Tools Are Just a Click Away One in five children is living with a mental illness, and 50% of all lifetime mental illnesses start by age 14. The Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s On Our Sleeves movement, launched on World Mental Health Day in 2018, is on a national mission to break the stigma surrounding children’s mental health …

Wolters Kluwer

Healthcare Times - Increasing Access to Mental Health Care for Children: | 11/19/2019

… report in the November/December issue of Harvard Review of Psychiatry . The journal is published in the Lippincott portfolio by Wolters Kluwer . Led by Andrea E. Spencer, MD, of Boston University School of Medicine and … and interprofessional communication,” the researchers write. Off-Site Approaches to Pediatric Mental Health Care – What’s the Evidence? Up to 20 percent of children have a psychiatric disorder, highlighting a “large and growing gap” between the …

Healthcare Times - Increasing Access to Mental Health Care for Children: | 11/19/2019

… report in the November/December issue of Harvard Review of Psychiatry . The journal is published in the Lippincott portfolio by Wolters Kluwer . Led by Andrea E. Spencer, MD, of Boston University School of Medicine and … and interprofessional communication,” the researchers write. Off-Site Approaches to Pediatric Mental Health Care – What’s the Evidence? Up to 20 percent of children have a psychiatric disorder, highlighting a “large and growing gap” between the …

Children's Hospital

New Era of Child-Focused Care for South Sound Families | PR Newswire | 7/9/2020

TACOMA, Wash. It’s a new era of medical care for children in the South Sound. Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital will move out of the building it shares with MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital and into its … pediatric Emergency Department will have 38 treatment rooms and a pediatric mental health crisis stabilization unit. Delivering on a Legacy of Uncompromising Care For more than 60 years, Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital & Health Network has …

Quad Innovation Partnership Announces New Client: Partnership for Children’s Mental Health, a Center Focused on Improving the Youth Mental Health System in Colorado | PRWeb | 10/30/2019

… to our efforts to provide a scalable, low-cost suicide prevention package to schools across Colorado,” said Shannon Van Deman, Executive Director of Partners for Children’s Mental Health and Vice President of the Pediatric Mental Health Institute at Children’s Hospital Colorado. “The Quad is recognized as a leader tackling some of the biggest challenges facing our state. We’re excited to partner with them to create real impact for youth and …

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Healthcare Times - Increasing Access to Mental Health Care for Children: | 11/19/2019

… Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the researchers analyzed available evidence on direct and remote approaches to integrating mental health care services with primary care for children. “Off-site interventions are feasible, acceptable, and often adopted widely with adequate planning, administrative support, and interprofessional communication,” the researchers write. Off-Site Approaches to Pediatric Mental Health Care – What’s the Evidence? Up to 20 percent of children have a psychiatric disorder, highlighting …

Healthcare Times - Increasing Access to Mental Health Care for Children: | 11/19/2019

… Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the researchers analyzed available evidence on direct and remote approaches to integrating mental health care services with primary care for children. “Off-site interventions are feasible, acceptable, and often adopted widely with adequate planning, administrative support, and interprofessional communication,” the researchers write. Off-Site Approaches to Pediatric Mental Health Care – What’s the Evidence? Up to 20 percent of children have a psychiatric disorder, highlighting …

Boston University School of Medicine

Healthcare Times - Increasing Access to Mental Health Care for Children: | 11/19/2019

Boston University School of Medicine and Rheanna E. Platt, MD, MPH, of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the researchers analyzed available evidence on direct and remote approaches to integrating mental health care services with primary care for children. “Off-site interventions are feasible, acceptable, and often adopted widely with adequate planning, administrative support, and interprofessional communication,” the researchers write. Off-Site Approaches to Pediatric Mental Health Care – What’s the …

Healthcare Times - Increasing Access to Mental Health Care for Children: | 11/19/2019

Boston University School of Medicine and Rheanna E. Platt, MD, MPH, of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the researchers analyzed available evidence on direct and remote approaches to integrating mental health care services with primary care for children. “Off-site interventions are feasible, acceptable, and often adopted widely with adequate planning, administrative support, and interprofessional communication,” the researchers write. Off-Site Approaches to Pediatric Mental Health Care – What’s the …