- Social media and technology may be linked to a higher rate of depression in girls, according to a new study. Find out more.
- Patients taking psilocybin to treat depression show reduced symptoms weeks after treatment following a 'reset' of their brain activity, according to a London study of treatment-resistant depression. Read more.
- The Child Mind Institute has posted an article on mood disorders (depression, anxiety) in teenage girls, including signs and symptoms parents can look for. Find the article.
- From Psychiatric Times, "The latest news in the treatment of depression covers patient self-management apps, antidepressant efficacy in older adults, and strategies to improve adherence." Find it here and here.
- NPR describes strategies educators can use to help kids with anxiety return to school. Find the piece.
- Psychiatry Advisor discusses anxiety prevention interventions and their effectiveness. Find it.
- And if YOU'RE depressed, the Huffington Post has tips for talking to your kids about it. Go there.
- Medical News Today considers micronutrients to improve the symptoms of ADHD. Read more.
- Understood has an upcoming expert chat on October 26 titled "ADHD Treatment: What Are the Options?" Learn more.
- And ADDitude offers an "ADHD Awareness Month Toolkit" to spread the right message about ADHD. Find it.
GHF is opening registration for its spring online courses on October 23. GHF states, "GHF Online is 2e-friendly and willing to work with you to make reasonable accommodations for your child's individual needs." Find out more.
2e RESOURCES. Psychologist Devon MacEachron, who specializes in children with twice exceptionalities, has posted a list of resources for those in the 2e community -- books, websites, and even 2e Newsletter. Find the resource list.
GOT A SOCIALLY AWKWARD KID? That's okay, according to a Parent Footprint talk psychologist Dan Peters had with the author of AWKWARD: The Science of Why We’re Socially Awkward and Why That's Awesome. Find out more.