Yale study finds that training parents how to react to child behaviors is as effective at reducing anxiety as providing therapy to the child.
When comparing kids with the same symptoms who were either diagnosed with ADHD or not, those who received the diagnosis had worse outcomes.
Leading ADHD researchers outline four mistakes that turned ADHD from a description of behavior into a medical disease.
In-depth interviews find that those who screened positive for depression did not explain their experience in terms of diagnostic symptoms.
Throughout the past two decades, studies have warned of increased suicide rates in those taking antidepressants, especially in children and adolescents. Researchers also documented...
A new article reviews studies in the field of nutritional psychiatry and how nutrition can prevent and treat mental health issues.
Risk of depression increased when children were taking methylphenidate for ADHD, but once they stopped taking the drug, depression risk dropped to normal levels.
Neuroscience researchers find no differences in brain connectivity between children with diagnoses of autism, ADHD, and those with no diagnoses.
A new study finds that newborn babies experience antidepressant withdrawal after birth if their mothers take SSRIs when pregnant.
Researchers discuss the evidence that antipsychotic medications may cause brain atrophy in children, whose brains are still developing.
A new study explores feelings of belongingness as a protective factor for childhood trauma and adult mental health outcomes.
Mark Horowitz and David Taylor provide advice on how to tell the difference between antidepressant withdrawal and depression relapse.
Bias and financial conflicts in antidepressant trials “contribute to systematic underestimation of risk in the published literature.”
A new study examines the role parent borderline pathology plays in the perpetuation of childhood maltreatment.
Young women’s narratives indicate ways antidepressants have shaped their sense of self.
Noted antidepressant researcher, Michael Hengartner, summarizes the latest research on the use of antidepressants in children and adolescents.
Medical researchers present evidence that ADHD is overdiagnosed in children and teens, which can lead to significant harm.
A new special issue brings together articles exploring the harmful effects of simultaneous multiple medication use.
Withholding antipsychotics may be beneficial for memory, the researchers write.
According to researchers, children are being increasingly prescribed multiple different psychiatric medications.
New research suggests that when parents model emotion suppression strategies in social interactions, their children’s approaches to social engagement may suffer.
Historical, current, and potential future complexities of cognitive assessment; a longstanding, controversial fixture in schools throughout the United States.
New prevention strategies are needed based on our increasing understanding of the impacts of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
Response and remission rates were the same in the drug versus placebo groups, and Lexapro increased suicidality sixfold.
Babies born to mothers taking antidepressants during pregnancy were more than six times as likely to have neonatal withdrawal syndrome—including breathing problems, irritability/agitation, tremors, feeding problems, and seizures—than those born to mothers taking other types of drugs.