2018 - DCAP in the News

May

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