Ms. Shannon, a licensed marriage and family therapist, describes effective treatments for social anxiety disorder in teens. Watch a video of a teen talking about her experience with the disorder and how she got help.
Find out why it's unlikely that you'll pass out or lose control during a panic attack. Learn about more anxiety myths when you watch this webinar.
It’s not unusual for people who have experienced traumatic events to have flashbacks, nightmares, or intrusive memories when something terrible happens -- like the explosions at the Boston Marathon. Be tolerant of your nervous system: It’s having a normal reaction. Learn more.
Watch this webinar with Dr. John Walker to find out what you can do to manage stress and develop effective strategies will help you to stay healthy and happy.
Our thoughts are with those in Newtown, Connecticut, and all who are affected by the tragedy. In the wake of the shooting, it’s important to remember that support is available: Help your child manage traumatic events includes our podcast on treating children with PTSD and other resources to help you talk to children to reduce their fear.
This series of free monthly webinars addresses some of the most frequently asked questions about psychological and pharmacological treatment of anxiety disorders, depression, and related disorders in adults and children.
My Child Has Mood Swings: Diagnosis and Treatments for Bipolar Children and Adolescents
December 10, 2014
7:00 pm ET (6:00 pm CT / 5:00 pm MT / 4:00 pm PT)
Stephanie Eken, MD
Rogers Memorial Hospital
David M. Jacobi, PhD
Behavior Specialist and Clinical Supervisor
The Child & Adolescent Centers
Rogers Memorial Hospital
Drs. Jacobi and Eken discuss disordered eating in children, why that's more than just picky eating, the relationship to anxiety disorders, and effective treatment options.
This study aims to determine whether adding a medication called minocycline to
antidepressant treatment can help reduce symptoms of OCD. This study also aims to
learn more about the brains of children and adolescents with OCD.
Your child must be taking a stable dose of a serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SRI) in order to
participate in this study. During the 12 week study period, your child will continue to
• 8 - 20 years
• Genders: both
• Key inclusion criteria: Primary diagnosis of OCD and currently on a stable and adequate dose of an SRI
Your child may be eligible to participate in this study if he/she is diagnosed with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
• Lifetime diagnosis of: psychotic disorder, bipolar disorder, eating disorder, pervasive developmental disorder, mental retardation, or substance/alcohol dependence
• Current diagnosis of major depressive disorder, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Tourette’s/Tic Disorder, or substance/alcohol abuse
• Diagnosis of pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with streptococcus (PANDAS)
• Active Suicidal Ideation
• Hoarding as the primary OCD symptom
• Pregnant, nursing, or planning to become pregnant