CMI In The News
How can I get my three-year-old to take me seriously?
Aug. 7, 2013 Parents.com
Rachel Busman weighs in on hard to handle toddlers for Parents.com Ask the Experts this month.Read More View Comments | Add Comment
Child Minds: Why Do I Have to Go Back to School?
Aug. 7, 2013 SavvyAuntie.com
Rachel Busman shared insights about how to start the school year on the right foot and her experiences of being an aunt—for SavvyAuntie.comRead More View Comments | Add Comment
Vaporizer marijuana use popular with teens
Aug. 7, 2013 MyFoxNY.com
Dr. Alan Ravitz, MD, MS, spoke to My Fox NY and delivered some vital information about the use of marijuana during the teen years.Read More View Comments | Add Comment
Billionaire Twins Abused Like Slaves by Dad
Aug. 5, 2013 ABC News
Dr. Jamie Howard spoke with ABC News regarding the traumatic unfolding case of the Duke family twins and the shocking allegations of abuse inside their family estate in Utah. Dr. Howard offered insight into trauma and how these siblings might be able to cope in the aftermath.Read More View Comments | Add Comment
Autism in the Teen Years: What to Expect, How to Help
July 24, 2013 IANcommunicty.org
Dr. Michael Rosenthal spoke with the Interactive Autism Community website for an article on Autism in the Teen Years.Read More View Comments | Add Comment
Short Term 12
July 19, 2013 Huffingtonpost.com
Dr. Koplewicz moderated a lively and informative conversation with the cast and director of Short Term 12 at the NYC screening this week.
The film, directed and written by Daniel Destin Cretton, stars Brie Larson, a twenty something mental health director named Grace. It was inspired by the real experience of the writer-director, Destin Daniel Cretton, who worked in the foster-care system. In his film he shares his insight into the struggles of both the residents and the staff. It's an affectionate, thoughtful look at the challenges of being these wounded, complicated kids, as well as the challenges of helping them, of reading their behavior and responding effectively. It's an emotional film but not a sad one, because it's really about resilience, and the healing power of being open about painful experiences and the feelings they generate.
For more on the film—visit Huffington Post for Dr. Koplewicz's blog reviewRead More View Comments | Add Comment
Women Held Captive in Cleveland Break Their Silence
July 10, 2013 ABC 7
Dr. Jamie Howard spoke with Stacey Sager from ABC 7 for the 5'o'clock news about the recent release of a youtube video message by the three Cleveland women held hostage for over a decade. The video addresses how they are recovering and thanked supporters. Dr. Howard addressed the continued need for privacy and support as the women heal. She also stressed the importance of building a truthful and healthy narrative as they regain their lives and identities.
The Top 1,198 Physicians
July 2, 2013 New York Magazine
Child Mind Institute President, Dr. Harold Koplewicz, MD, is featured in New York Magazine's Best Doctors 2013 Issue.Read More View Comments | Add Comment
Tidewater Review Reports on CMI/Parents Magazine Survey
June 14, 2013 Tidewater Review
The Tidewater Review reports on the Child Mind Institute and Parents magazine survey exploring how "Newtown tragedy changed parents' opinion on children's mental health" and reflects on the six-month anniversary.Read More View Comments | Add Comment