Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Digital Resources
NYU Langone’s Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is driven to share knowledge generated through research and digital innovation with families and with others in the field committed to transforming child mental health—including child mental health professionals, healthcare providers, researchers, scientists, education professionals, and policy makers.
Resources for Families
The following are resources we suggest for parents, caregivers, and families:
COVID-19 Mental Health Resources
Coping with the effects of COVID-19 can take its toll on families as they try to juggle work, childcare, homeschooling, and staying healthy. To help cope during this time, the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry created Mental Health Resources for Families, a collection of articles and resources featuring our experts to help families cope with COVID-19-related stresses.
The Child Study Center, part of the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, hosts educational webinars throughout the year to offer insights, practical tips, and advice to parents and caregivers. Webinars are hosted by our expert clinicians and cover topics such as effective parenting, managing stress, and improving emotional health.
Resources for Professionals
The following are resources geared toward professionals in the field of child and adolescent psychiatry:
The Wonder of It All: Early Childhood Digital Health
Egger, H L; Verduin, T L; Robinson, S; Lebwohl, R; Stein, C R; McGregor, K A; Zhao, C; Driscoll, K; Mann, D; Black, J.
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. 2019: Conference: (66th).
Handbooks and Guides
Trauma, Loss, and Grief in Children During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Care Provider Handbook
Children often have difficulty talking about experiences of loss, grief, and trauma stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. This can make it difficult to know who may be affected the most. This handbook provides guidelines to support care providers in identifying and responding to trauma, loss, and grief in children.