2018 - DCAP in the News

August

HealthiNation - August 8
The Symptoms of Autism Every Parent Should Know
​​​Yamalis Diaz, PhD

July

Good Housekeeping  July 24
Where Do You Stand On the Toughest Parenting Questions? – By Caroline Picard
Stephanie M. Wagner, PhD

NBC Nightly News  July 22
New App Lets Users Send Alerts When They’re Suffering Mental Distress
Timothy L. Verduin, PhD

HealthDay    July 17
Brain Scans Yield More Clues to Autism – By Amy Norton
​​​​​​Francisco X. Castellanos, MD

U.S. News & World Report   July 17
Brain Scans Yield More Clues to Autism
​​​​​​Francisco X. Castellanos, MD

The Atlantic  July 14
AI Could Make Detecting Autism Easier - Jeremy Hsu and Spectrum
​​​​​Helen L. Egger, MD

CNBC – July 13
Children and PTSD: Health Risks Linger Long After Acute Psychological Trauma Ends – By Matt Lavietes
Adam D. Brown, PsyD

SiriusXMDoctor Radio – July 12
Doctor Radio Reports 
Adam D. Brown, PsyD

​Spectrum  July 12
Can a Computer Diagnose Autism?– By Jeremy Hsu
​​​​​Helen L. Egger, MD

USA Today – July 10
The Thai Soccer Team Is Out of the Cave. But the Road to Recovery Is Just Beginning – By Caroline Simon
​Daniel S. Schechter, MD

HealthDay July 9
Parents Tough Childhood Can Cast Shadow Across Generations – By Amy Norton
Daniel S. Schechter, MD

Family Circle  July 3
How to Tackle Your Teen’s Bad Health Habits – By KaitlynPirie
Jess P. Shatkin, MD, MPH

Offspring - July 3
What to Do If You Think Your Child May Be Dyslexic – By Ines Montfajon
​​Meghan L. Jorgenson, PhD

Bioethics.net-  July 1
Confusion and Conscientious Objection In Arizona – By Steven Miles, MD, and Arthur Caplan, PhD
Kyle McGregor, PhD

June

KidzCentral Station  June 29
How to Prepare Your Child for Sleepaway Camp
ArielleWalzer, MA, PsyM

MSNBC  June 26
Migrant Children In Detention Facilities Are ‘Not Doing Well’ 
Jennifer Havens, MD

Salon  June 24
Bourdain and Spade are not alone: Suicide rate is up by 25 percent, and LGBTQyouth are at high risk
Aron Janssen, MD

KidzCentral Station  June 22
Summer Socializing: How to Help Your Child Make Friends Over Summer Break 
Rebecca Shalev, PhD, and ArielleWalzer, MA, PsyM

Teen Vogue  June 22
How Child Abuse Affects the Brain
​​Adam D. Brown, PsyD

LiveScience  June 20
Separated Migrant Children Face Lasting Psychological Trauma – By Yasemin Saplakoglu
Lori K. Evans, PhD

HealthDay  June 20
Smartphone-Obsessed Parents May Mean Cranky Kids – By Amy Norton
​Yamalis Diaz, PhD

The Atlantic  June 20
The Clinical Case for Keeping Families Together
​​​Schuyler Henderson, MD

Pure Wow  June 20
According to Experts, This Is How Old a Kid Should Be Before Crossing the Street Alone – By Suzanne Zuckerman
​​Rebecca R. Berry, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

The Wall Street Journal  June 20
The Effects of Parental Separation On Children – By Maya Sweedler
​Adam D. Brown, PsyD

SiLive.com  June 12
New City Policy Aims to Limit Psychiatric Meds, Help Foster Kids – By Martin Irwin, MD
​Martin Irwin, MD

Bustle  June 12
Why Playing Hard to Get Won’t You Get You Anywhere, According to Science – By Lea Rose Emery
Francesco Ferrari, MD

Healthline  June 11
Parents Can Use New App to Diagnose Autism — Is This a Good Idea? – By Michelle Pugle
​​​​​Helen L. Egger, MD, Chair

Adventures with Elli  June 7
When to Get Off the Internet and Go See a Doctor
​​​​Helen L. Egger, MD, Chair

The Mama Maven  June 6
Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone Opens This Month
​​​​Helen L. Egger, MD, Chair

Health News Digest  June 6
Autism Screening App Is Caregiver-Friendly and Produces Reliable Scientific Data
​​​​Helen L. Egger, MD, Chair

Health Data Management  June 6
Autism App Shows Promise for Screening Children at Home – By Greg Slabodkin
​​​Helen L. Egger, MD, Chair

Daily Mail UK  June 6
New iPhone App Can Spot Autism by Tracking Kids’ Faces as They Watch Videos – By Mia de Graaf
​​Helen L. Egger, MD, Chair

Juggling Family Life  June 5
Parenting Tips From Pediatric Experts
​​​Helen L. Egger, MD, Chair

New York Magazine "The Cut"  June 1
Science of Us: Everything You Need to Know About Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – By Katie Heany
​​​Aleta G. Angelosante, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

The Wall Street Journal  June 1
The Overprotected American Child - By Andrea Petersen
​​Rebecca R. Berry, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

Marketwatch  June 1
Researchers Find Autism Screening App Is Caregiver-Friendly & Produces Reliable Scientific Data
​Helen L. Egger, MD, Chair

May

Allure - May 26
How I Realized I Have Body Dysmorphic Disorder – By Jesa Calaor
Michelle R. Miller, PsyD, Clinical Assistant Professor

Advisory Board   May 23 
Suicide-Related Hospital Visits Have Nearly Tripled Among Youth – And Experts Say Shows Like ’13 Reasons Why’ May Be Fueling the Trend
Ruth S. Gerson, MD, Assistant Professor

ABC News   May 21 
Suicide-Related Hospital Visits for Children and Teens Up Sharply
Ruth S. Gerson, MD, Assistant Professor

Reuters - May 18
Parents' Mental Health Issues May Spoil Children's Friendships – By Cheryl Platzman Weinstock
Christina Di Bartolo, LCSW, Clinical Assistant Professor

HealthiNation - May 16
Autism In Children: Early Signs and Interventions Parents Should Know
​​Yamalis Diaz, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

HealthiNation - May 16
ADHD In Children: The Three Types You Need to Know
​​​Yamalis Diaz, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

HealthiNation - May 16
Inattentive ADHD In Children: How to Recognize the Signs
​​Yamalis Diaz, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

The New York Times   May 16 
Kids Suicide-Related Hospital Visits Rise Sharply – By Perri Klass
Ruth S. Gerson, MD, Assistant Professor

Pacific Standard   May 1 
How Neurosurgeons Can Help Us Treat Trafficked Youth – By Lily Dayton
​Regina Sullivan, PhD, Professor

April

Spectrum News  April 25
Brains of Men with Autism Have Some ‘Female’ Patterns – By Rachel Zamzow
Adriana Di Martino, MD, Associate Professor

Kidz Central Station  April 20
Rewarding Kids for Good Behavior: A Bad Idea? (Part 2 of 2) 
Stephanie M. Wagner, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

Woman's Day  April 16
Is Homework Bad for Kids? – By Jackie Frere
Daniela Montalto, PhD

NBC Nightly News  April 16
‘Free-Range’ Parenting Law Passed in Utah
Helen L. Egger, MD, Chair

Parenting  April 10
Mom-Friendly Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day
Linda Carter, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

Kidz Central Station  April 7
Rewarding Kids for Good Behavior: A Bad Idea? (Part 1 of 2) 
Stephanie M. Wagner, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

NY Metro Parents  April 2
Five Common Myths About Autism Spectrum Disorder You Should Ignore – By Katelin Walling
Sarah Kuriakose, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

March

Working Mother  March 29
‘How Do I Explain to My College-Aged Kid That I Can’t Financially Support Her Anymore?’ – By Joseph Barberio
​Rebecca R. Berry, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

HealthDay - March 19
‘Cutting,’ Self-Harm Greatly Raise Suicide Risk for Teens – By Amy Norton
Lori K. Evans, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

Romper - March 17
Eight Times You Should Pay Attention to Your Kid’s Sadness – By Candace Ganger
Rachel Theise, PsyD, Clinical Assistant Professor

Tech Briefs - March 16
High-Tech Scans Can Help Redefine Intelligence
​Glenn Saxe, MD, Professor

Kidz Centra Station - March 16
How to Support Your Transgender or Gender Expansive Child
Samantha Busa, PsyD, Clinical Assistant Professor

Refinery29 - March 16
The Difference Between Being Distracted & Having ADHD – By Kimberly Truong
​Yamalis Diaz, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

Redbook - March 13
Is Homework Bad for Kids?
Daniela Montalto, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

Allure - March 11
How I Realized I Have Body Dysmorphic Disorder – By Jesa Calaor
Michelle R. Miller, PsyD, Clinical Assistant Professor

SELF - March 11
10 Things ADHD Is – and Three It Isn’t – By Christina Stiehl
Lenard A. Adler, MD, Professor

Brainworld Magazine - March 5
Healing Systematically: A Q&A with Dr. Glenn Saxe – By Isabel Pastor Guzman
Glenn Saxe, MD, Professor

National Register of Health Service Psychologist - March 5
Assessing and Treating Sleep Difficulties in Anxious Children and Adolescents
Anna Swan, PhD, Clinical Instructor

AAP News & Journal -  March 1
Youth Gun Violence Prevention in a Digital Age
Kyle McGregor, PhD, Assistant Professor

February

MD Magazine - February 22
New Diagnosis Screen for ADHD Developed Using Machine Learning - Emma Yasinki
​Lenard Adler, MD, Professor

Fatherly - February 22
A Child Psychologist On the Trauma of Surviving a School Shooting – By Lizzy Francis
Randi Pochtar, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

WRCBTV - February 21
How the Parkland teen survivors became advocates for gun reform
​Daniel Schechter, MD, Director, Stress, Trauma and Resilience

NBC News - February 20
How the Parkland Survivors Became Advocates for Gun Reform – By Kalhan Rosenblatt
​Daniel Schechter, MD, Director, Stress, Trauma and Resilience

Metro - February 19
How to Talk to Your Kids About School Shootings
Daniel Schechter, MD, Director, Stress, Trauma and Resilience

MedicalResearch.com - February 15
Modeling Intelligence As Ability To Access Multiple Brain States
Glenn Saxe, MD, Professor

Real Simple - February 15
How to Talk to Your Child About School Shootings, Including the One Thing You Should Never Say
Adam Brown, PsyD, Clinical Assistant Professor

Business Insider - February 13
High-Tech Brain Scans Can Provide New Way to Define Intelligence
Glenn Saxe, MD, Professor

Publishers Weekly - Febuary 12
The Organized Child: An Effective Program to Maximize Your Kid’s Potential—in School and in Life
Richard Gallagher, PhD, Associate Professor, Elana G. Spira, PhD and Jennifer L. Rosenblatt, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professors

Offspring - February 9
How to Help a Kid Who Has a Tough Time With Transitions - Janine Annett
Dylann Gold, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor and Whitney Waugh, PhD, Clinical Instructor 

Reader's Digest  February 7
15 Silent Signs of Anxiety in Children – By Amy Boyington​
Rebecca R. Berry, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

January

​WebMD  January 25
Mental Health Issues Overlooked In College Transition – By Stephanie Watson
Jess P. Shatkin, MD, MPH, Professor

Wee Westchester  January 17
Organizing the Disorganized Child
Elana Spira, PhD and Jennifer Rosenblatt, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professors

HealtiNation  January 8
Understanding ADHD in Children: What Psychiatrists Want You to Know
Yamalis Diaz,PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor

Teen Vogue – January 4
How Misusing Stimulants Like Adderall Can Damage Your Health – By Lily Herman
Kathryn Cheney, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor

The Bump – January 2018
Why the Little Moments with Your Kids Matter—And How To Cherish Them – By Joanne Chen
Daniela Montalto, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor