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This report provides further understanding of suicide and recovery from those who have attempted suicide and those who try to help. This publication is part of an ongoing series of dialogues, called Building Bridges, that bring together individuals with lived … Continue reading
Child & Adolescents with Severe Mood Dysregulation: Brain Imaging, Non-Treatment and Treatment Studies The National Institute of Mental Health is seeking boys and girls ages 7 to 17 with severe mood dysregulation to participate in research. Children and adolescents with … Continue reading
Self-Injury affects an estimated two million people in the U.S., and the majority are teenagers. In this e-news issue, Youth Programs seeks to further explain, examine, and explore self-injury while offering options for both treatment and prevention. Survey Capturing the … Continue reading
Answers to frequently asked questions about the treatment of mental disorders in children. Cover of Treatment of Children with Mental Illness Publication Introduction Research shows that half of all lifetime cases of mental illness begin by age 14.1 Scientists are … Continue reading
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) researchers now can use data from over 10,000 participants enrolled in ASD studies. The National Database for Autism Research (NDAR), created by NIH, recently made the data available. Researchers can now use the NDAR portal to … Continue reading
MOST CHILDREN WITH RAPIDLY SHIFTING MOODS DON’T HAVE BIPOLAR DISORDER Relatively few children with rapidly shifting moods and high energy have bipolar disorder, though such symptoms are commonly associated with the disorder. Instead, most of these children have other types … Continue reading
The think this article from Science Daily regarding a new study which finds that 75% of the cases of pediatric bipolar disorder are diagnosed late is worth reading. Bipolar Disorder Amongst Children And Adolescents Receive Late Diagnosis.