CMI In The News
Child Behavior: Tactics for Good Behavior
Feb. 11, 2015 Scholastic Instructor
Dr. Allison Baker shared her thoughts on encouraging good behavior in the classroom for Scholastic Instructor's Ask a Child Psychologist.Read More Read More
10 Jewelry Pieces That Will Wow This Valentine's Day
Feb. 10, 2015 Gotham Magazine
Gotham Magazine's piece on Valentines Day jewelry mentions that Sidney Garber donates profits to supporting children's mental health.Read More Read More
Too cold to play outside? How one company is reinventing recess
Feb. 10, 2015 Christian Science Monitor
Christian Science Monitor included Dr. Carothers's thoughts on creativity and cognitive fixedness in a recent piece on indoor activities for kids and students.Read More Read More
Data Matters: Interview with Michael Milham
Feb. 3, 2015 Nature Blog
Nature Scientific Data Updates BlogNature's Scientific Data Updates blog interviewed Dr. Michael Milham about his ongoing brain imaging data sharing projectsRead More Read More
Giant ball pit for adults and other fun paths to corporate creativity
Jan. 29, 2015 Christian Science Monitor
Christian Science Monitor included Dr. Kristin Carothers's thoughts on the creative thinking process in a recent piece on creativity in adultsRead More Read More
Want to invent the next big thing? Think like a kid.
Jan. 20, 2015 Christian Science Monitor
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Dr. Kristin Carothers joined Christian Science Monitor to share her thoughts on why kids are often more capable of being creative than adults.
Child Mind Institute to offer free psychiatric evaluations for SI children
Jan. 15, 2015 Staten Island Advance
Dr. Harold Koplewicz and Dr. Michael Milham joined Borough President James Oddo for a press conference announcing the launch of the Healthy Brain Network on Staten Island.Read More Read More
Community-based research program for children’s MH commences
Jan. 15, 2015 Mental Health Weekly
Mental Health Weekly did a detailed interview with Dr. Michael Milham about the Healthy Brain Network and the importance of doing community-based research in Staten IslandRead More Read More
Chokehold on the playground: How much has roughhousing changed?
Jan. 15, 2015 Christian Science Monitor
Dr. Dave Anderson talks to the Christian Science Monitor about how parents can address disruptive behaviors on the playground and turn these incidents into learning moments.Read More Read More
Why Should Toys Come in Pink and Blue?
Dec. 30, 2014 New York Times: Room for Debate
Dr. Kristin Carothers weighs in on the debate over whether the marketing of toys should be based on gender roles.Read More Read More