William R. McFarlane, MD
Barry Boatman, PsyD, LMFT
Psychology Grand Rounds - October 7, 2016Early Identification, assessment, and intervention for prodromal psychosis can slow or stop the progression of a psychotic disorder if caught early. Prevention and early intervention is the key.
Parent Training to Address Problem Behaviors of Youth with Autism
While there has been a steady rise in the number of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), access to empirically-supported community-based services and skilled providers for these...
Methylphenidate vs. Atomoxetine in Youth with ADHD: Comparative Effectiveness, Differential Response and Mechanisms of Action
Little is known about comparative effectiveness of stimulant and non-stimulant medications for ADHD; and even less is known about how to devise algorithms for these medications.
Looking Back Into the Future of Child Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
To appreciate how identification and elimination of waste may lead to expanded access to health care. Participants will be able to assess the adequacy of the current mental health service system,...
Disorders of Self-Regulation in Children: From Genes to Brain to Treatment
The Research Domain Criteria (RDoc) and the new version of the DSM recognize the importance of irritability and related emotions and behaviors. There is little empirical evidence on...
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