Child & Adolescent Psychiatry on the PRMS Blog

After the COVID-19 pandemic altered the shape of events and educational experiences changed to virtual events in 2020, PRMS decided to launch its own first virtual event series, Psych-cess, led by experts in the field and geared specifically towards residents, fellows, and early career psychiatrists to provide them with insight, mentorship, and tips for success in their own c ...

In furtherance of our mission to support the greater behavioral health community, PRMS is pleased to highlight Cesar Cardenas, Jr., MD, a member of the Mississippi Psychiatric Association and a PGY-5 at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Dr. Cardenas was awarded with the American Psychiatric Association’s Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship and we invited him ...

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As a part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health, we invited Russell Tobe, MD, and Suhal Shah, DO, to contribute as guest bloggers this month, reflecting on their experience as a mentor and mentee in the West Hudson Psychiatric Society’s (WHPS) Mentorship Program. Russell Tobe, MD – Department Director, Clinical Evaluation Center at the Nathan Kline Institute for Psy ...

As a part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health, we invited Eunice Yuen, MD, PhD Child Psychiatry Fellow at the Yale Child Study Center in New Haven, CT, to be featured as our guest blogger this month and reflect on her experience and accomplishments as the PRMS Fellow in Child Psychiatry with the Group for Advancement of Psychiatry. As a child psychiatry fellow fro ...

As a part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health, we invited Elizabeth W. Ollen, PhD to be featured as our guest blogger this month. She was one of the poster contest winners for the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry. My participation in the ASAP resident poster session provided a great opportunity to discuss my research with ASAP attendees who are also pass ...

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As a part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health, we invited Katherine C. Jankousky to be featured as our guest blogger this month. She was one of the poster contest winners for the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry. Katherine C Jankousky, in collaboration with Lisa M Brownstone, PhD, Ashley Cornelius, LCSW, and C Sloan Burton, MD. During my Psychiatry Cler ...

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As a part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health, we invited Eunice Yuen, MD, PhD in New Haven, CT to be featured as our guest blogger this month. An accomplished psychiatry fellow at the Yale Child Study Center, who works with young adults, adolescents, children and their families, has been named the first recipient of a PRMS-endowed fellowship in collaboration with ...

Limited access to mental health care has far-reaching implications for children and adolescents with psychiatric illnesses or family dysfunction. Left untreated, mental illness in young people can lead to problems at school, at home and with peers, as well as changes in appetite or sleep and social withdrawal or self-destructive behavior. PRMS recognizes this problem and as pa ...

As a part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health we invited Anna Weaver-Hayes, Executive Director of the Colorado Psychiatric Society, to be featured as our guest blogger this month. The Colorado Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Society (CCAPS) is tackling big topics in its spring meetings. In 2016, our Spring Meeting focused on school-based suicide prevention, which ...

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May 5 marks national Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day. PRMS applauds mental health groups and communities around the country as they work to raise awareness about the mental health needs of America’s youngest citizens. In an effort to draw people together to advocate for a full array of effective services, we wanted to provide information about how you can get involved. ...