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Chat with Christoph Correll, M.D.

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Christoph U. Correll, M.D., is a child and adolescent psychiatrist and research scientist. He graduated from the Medical School at the Free University of Berlin in Germany before completing his training in child, adolescent, and adult psychiatry at the Zucker Hillside Hospital and Schneider Children's Hospital, New York. Dr. Correll's primary interest is in the timely identification and treatment of young people who are in the earliest stages of severe mental illnesses, including psychotic disorders. Dr. Correll is a member of The Balanced Mind Parent Network's Scientific Advisory Council.

2008 The Balanced Mind Parent Network Annual Report

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Chat with Lon Woodbury - Educational Consultant

Chat With Lon Woodbury
The Balanced Mind Parent Network Live Event Transcript

Did you miss our chat with Lon Woodbury? Read the transcript of this exciting and informative chat. The Balanced Mind Parent Network will be hosting several more expert chats this Winter. Watch your email for more details. 

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The Balanced Mind Parent Network Chat with Dr. Ross Greene, Author of "The Explosive Child"

Dr. Greene is the author of The Explosive Child, co-author ofTreating Explosive Kids: The Collaborative Problem Solving Approach, and has a new book, Lost at School: Why Our Kids with Behavioral Challenges Are Falling Through the Cracks and How We Can Help Them.              

Nanci - The Balanced Mind Parent Network  
Dr. Greene, before we start taking questions, could you talk a little about your new book? In particular, the concept of Collaborative Problem Solving and Plans A, B and C? I realize that is probably broader than what can be covered in a session but it might help give our members a 'sneak peak' to the book. 

Ross Greene PhD  
Well, a lot of folks have been asking about how the model I described in The Explosive Child could be applied in schools. Kids with behavioral challenges tend to be misunderstood anyway, and school is an especially challenging place to address their needs. But I've implemented the CPS model in many schools, so I know it can be done. The book -- Lost at School -- is about how to do it. 

NYT Letter to the Editor, Re: "Researchers Fail to Reveal Full Drug Pay"'

New York Times, June 8, 2008, Letter to the Editor regarding "Researchers Fail to Reveal Full Drug Pay" by Susan Resko, The Balanced Mind Parent Network Executive Director

Chat with Joseph Biederman, M.D.

Chat With Joseph Biederman, M.D.
The Balanced Mind Parent Network Live Event Transcript

Did you miss our chat with Joseph Biederman, M.D? Read the transcript of this exciting and informative chat. The Balanced Mind Parent Network will be hosting several more expert chats this Spring. Watch your email for more details. 

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The Balanced Mind Parent Network Annual Report 2007

Click the link below to view The Balanced Mind Parent Network's Annual Report for the year ending June 30, 2009.

"Treatment needed for bipolar disorder," Chicago Tribune

"Treatment needed for bipolar disorder," Letter to the Editor, Chicago Tribune, December 5, 2007 by Susan Resko, MM, Executive Director

Educating the Child with Bipolar Disorder

Comprehensive brochure covering bipolar disorder--what it is, signs, and how it can effect a child's learning capabilities.

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Press Release: Families of Children With Bipolar Disorder Call For More Research

The The Balanced Mind Parent Network (The Balanced Mind Parent Network) calls for further research on pediatric bipolar disorder following the release of a study that reveals a 40-fold increase in the diagnosis of this devastating illness in the past ten years. The study, published in the Archives of General Psychiatry [Sept 2007], is a national wake-up call: “Children have been suffering from bipolar disorder all along, just like adults, but science has recognized this only for the past decade or so.  In the 21st century, children are being diagnosed and treated when they were previously dismissed as 'bad seeds' or the product of poor parenting,” states Susan Resko, M.M., Executive Director of The Balanced Mind Parent Network.   

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