CMI In The News
Ossining Student Wins Award For Science Research
Oct. 10, 2014 Ossining Daily Voice
The Ossining Daily Voice explored the research of Brinda Ramesh, one of the 2014 Child Mind Institute Rising Scientists.Read More View Comments | Add Comment
Ossining Student Earns Rising Scientist Award
Oct. 10, 2014 Ossoning-Croton-on-Husdon Patch
The Ossining Patch highlighted Brinda Ramesh, one of the 2014 Child Mind Institute Rising Scientists. The Child Mind Institute presented the awards to Brinda Ramesh and 9 other exceptional high school students from the New York City metropolitan area on Oct. 9 at Hunter College in Manhattan.Read More View Comments | Add Comment
Four Things to Tell Your Niece or Nephew About Sexting
Oct. 1, 2014 SavvyAuntie.com
In this month's Savvy Auntie blog post, we offer some practical tips on how to have a conversation with kids about sexting and appropriate online behavior.Read More View Comments | Add Comment
Highly Focused Presentation on Important Topic
Sept. 29, 2014 Courier Times
Our workshops (specifically Dr. Ken Schuster's workshop "Evaluating and Effectively Treating Learning and Behavioral Disorders") received praise for being informative and engaging from Dr. Dan Weldon in the Bucks County Courier Times.Read More View Comments | Add Comment
Disciplining Children: How Far Is Too Far?
Sept. 19, 2014 ABC Eyewitness News Read More View Comments | Add Comment
Dr. Koplewicz: You shouldn't hit your children
Sept. 15, 2014 CNN
Following the recent allegations of child abuse by top NFL Running Back Adrian Peterson, Dr. Koplewicz joined CNN Tonight last night to discuss effective parenting strategies and discipline practices. The segment is meant to help parents understand appropriate limits for disciplining children and effective tactics to help children understand when their behaviors cross the line.Read More View Comments | Add Comment
Biological Tests for Psychiatry: Is R-fMRI Neuroimaging Ready for the Clinical Mainstream?
Sept. 15, 2014 neuro.plos.org
Dr. Mike Milham's keynote on how resting state fMRI has emerged as an approach for psychiatric biomarker identification by enabling the uncovering of human connectome variations that are associated with diagnostic status at the 7th annual Neuroinformatics Congress was the subject of a recent PLoS Neuro blog post.Read More View Comments | Add Comment
Disciplining Children: How Far is Too Far?
Sept. 15, 2014 ABC 7 Eyewitness News Read More View Comments | Add Comment
Children With Disorder Unable to Talk in School
Sept. 9, 2014 AP.org
The Associated Press covered our recent Brave Buddies session and told the story of people affected by selective mutism and their path to recovery.
Should Schools Use Heart Monitors In Gym Class?
Aug. 28, 2014 HuffPost Live
Dr. Jill Emanuele joined HuffPost Live to weigh in on an Iowa school district's decision to use fitness trackers in gym class and how it may affect students.Read More View Comments | Add Comment