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Attachment Therapy Using Deliberate Restraint: an Object Lesson on the Identification of Unvalidated Treatments.

Mercer, Jean. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing (2001) (full text).

Unvalidated psychiatric treatments such as attachment therapy, which includes rebirthing therapy, holding therapy, and therapeutic parenting, can be dangerous and potentially lethal to children.

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Translation of Science to Service: Mani Pavuluri, MD, Ph.D., University of Illinois-Chicago

This paper is Mani Pavuluri's contribution to The Balanced Mind Parent Network's series, Translation of the Scientific Evolution of Pediatric Bipolar Disorder.  The series presents the leading researchers' contribution to the field.  It describes the programmatic approach and direction of the labs, the seminal questions which drive their research, a listing of their most important findings and a summary of how their work impacts the field.  As chair of the The Balanced Mind Parent Network Scientific Advisory Council from 2008-2010, Dr. Pavuluri created this series and inspired her colleagues to contribute so that parents and clinicians could gain a better understanding of evolution of the field and how the study of child onset bipolar disorder fits into the larger field of child psychiatry.  The Balanced Mind Parent Network is extremely grateful for Dr. Pavuluri's leadership.

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Consent for Treatment

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La Enfermedad Bipolar De Comienzo Temprano Hoja informativa

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In the Media: October 2009

  • When  a Child has a Mental Illness
  • Depressed Teens Sustain Gains From Long Term Treatment
  • Mental Health Parity Rules Delayed Until January 2010
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