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Are there any life-threatening adverse effects?
Are there medications that treat psychosis in kids?
Can I see an example of mild depression?
Can I see an example of moderate-severe depression?
Can I see an interview with an anxious child and the rating scales? (part 1)
Can I see an interview with an anxious child and the rating scales? (part 2)
Do medications cause some kids to "switch" to Bipolar?
Do SSRI's cause or prevent suicide in youth?
Does a Bipolar family history mean the child has Bipolar Disorder, not ADHD or ODD?
How are antipsychotics used with Bipolar Disorder in kids?
How common is Bipolar Disorder really, in youth?
How common is psychosis in kids, how does it show?
How do children and adults differ in Bipolar symptoms?
How do I avoid metabolic, weight, and endocrine side effects?
How do I decide if it is Bipolar Disorder or a "bad case od ADHD"?
How do I do a good assessment of Anxiety in children?
How do I score the psc 17? (part 1)
How do I score the psc 17? (part 2)
How do I use an atypical and what should I look out for?
How do I use SSRI's to treat depression and how should I monitor this (part 1)?
How do I use SSRI's to treat depression and how should I monitor this (part 2)?
How do you assess ADHD in adolescents?
How do you assess ADHD in preschoolers?
How does the acronym COLDER help me do better evaluations?
How does the REACH training work?
How effective are non-stimulants for ADHD? How do they work?
How effective are stimulants? How do they work?
How should depakote be used in bipolar disorder in kids?
How should I assess aggression in children and adolescents?
How should I treat depression?
How should lithium be used in kids?
How would you answer the 5 most important questions about ADHD (part 1)?
How would you answer the 5 most important questions about ADHD (part 2)?
So what are my take home messages about atypicals and side effects?
The Black Box: how do I decide if it is safe to use an SSRI?
What are the big take home points I need to know when following a child with aggression?
What are the evidence-based therapies for depression and when do I just do that?
What are the key principles that guide you in using medication appropriately (part 1)?
What are the key principles that guide you in using medication appropriately (part 2)?
What are the potential motor and movement side effects, and how do I handle them?
What are the side effects of atypicals? How do I monitor them?
What cardiac side effects to I watch for?
What disorders often co-occur with bipolar disorder?
What do I need to know about the FDA rationale for the Black Box warning?
What do primary care and mental health care have in common?
What do you do if you think a parent might have ADHD?
What does GLAD-PC recommend for screening and assessing youth depression?
What is an atypical antipsychotic? When are they used?
What is GLAD-PC
What is the difference between a screening test, behavioral checklist, rating scale, and a diagnostic test?
What is the pediatric symptom checklist and the PSC-17?
What measures can I use to assess aggression?
What medications are used for ADHD?
What medications are used for bipolar disorder in kids?
What medications should I use if I am worried about substance abuse in ADHD youth?
What medications should I use to help a child with sleep problems?
What rating scales should I use for possible bipolar disorder?
What should an expert primary care provider know about anxiety in children and adolescents(part 1)?
What should an expert primary care provider know about anxiety in children and adolescents(part 2)?
What should I monitor and how often?
When do I resort to an atypical for a child with aggression?
When should I get an EKG for a child treated for ADHD?
Why should I ensure that behavior therapy is used to help children with aggression?
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