The Use of Trauma-Informed Care: A Teenaged Girl With a History of Adverse Childhood Experiences Primary care physicians have always been on the front line of managing trauma and trauma-related disorders in youth, although they often may feel ill equipped to do so. Children vulnerable to multiple ongoing traumas in the context of their communities... View Article

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Project TEACH E-Newsletter Medication Management During COVID Project TEACH has been working with pediatric practices in New York State since 2010. The project, funded by the New York State Office of Mental Health, has supported and strengthened the critical role that New York State pediatric primary care providers (PCP’s) can play in the early identification... View Article

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Project TEACH E-Newsletter Cyberbullying and COVID-19 Project TEACH has been working with pediatric practices in New York State since 2010. The project, funded by the New York State Office of Mental Health, has supported and strengthened the critical role that New York State pediatric primary care providers (PCP’s) can play in the early identification and... View Article

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The Physician’s Role in Reducing the Impact of Trauma and Bias. Hopefully, at least one of the reasons you became a primary care provider (PCP) is a desire to assist patients with all aspects of healing— including from trauma. Currently, there is a critical need for trauma to be addressed globally, whether it be physical,... View Article

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Project TEACH is a completely FREE program for all New York State Pediatric Primary Care Providers. Project TEACH provides Pediatric Primary Care Providers the opportunity to speak on the phone or request face-to-face consultations with Project TEACH child and adolescent psychiatrists. We also provide ongoing CME courses, trainings and referral services. Join our FREE provider network now UPCOMING... View Article

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  View this email in your browser Rachel A. Zuckerbrot, M.D.  Project TEACH Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Site Director/Region 3 Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Columbia University Irving Medical Center/New York State Psychiatric Institute The Impact of COVID-19 A Teenage Boy with Depression Families with children who have experienced depression face unique challenges during... View Article

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Families with children who have experienced depression face unique challenges during this stressful time. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has added more stress on families, and many who have children with special needs are feeling the effects of a significant change in routines, structure, and no longer having the same access to special education supports and... View Article

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