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Marijauna Use in Our Teens : Gateway Drug or Innocent Fun

This video offers a broad overview of marijuana use among adolescents. It includes discussion on epidemiology, assessment, interventions, and more. The video is a recording of a multi-site training session led by child psychiatry experts in Project TEACH Regions 1 and 3.

School Refusal in Children and Adolescents

Find insights on unique behavioral and clinical features of children who refuse to attend school. The video includes information on comorbidities, interventions, and a case example of primary care physician talking with parents and their child. The session is a recording of a multi-site training session led by child psychiatry experts in Project TEACH Regions 1 and 3.

Understanding Autism : What the PCP Should Know

Learn about how autism spectrum disorder presents in primary care settings and find helpful guidance on prevalence, diagnostic criteria, screening tools, interventions, and more. The video is a recording of a training session led by child psychiatry experts in Project TEACH Regions 1 and 3.

Understanding Eating Disorders : Update for Primary Care Physicians

This video offers an update for primary care physicians on eating disorders. It includes a review of assessment guidelines, treatment options, and a real-world clinical vignette with parents and their child. The video is a recording of a multi-site training session led by child psychiatry experts in Project TEACH Regions 1 and 3.

Understanding Self Injury : What the PCP Should Know

Find important information on epidemiology, risk factors, and clinical features of self-injury. It includes role-play interactions between primary care physicians and patients. The video is a recording of a training session led by child psychiatry experts in Project TEACH Regions 1 and 3.

Project TEACH Overview

The Commissioner of the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH), Dr. Anne Sullivan, shines the spotlight on Project TEACH, a program that strengthens and supports the ability of New York’s pediatric primary care providers (PCPs) to deliver care to children and families who experience mild-to-moderate mental health concerns.

Get Involved with Project TEACH

This brief video offers an overview of Project TEACH. Learn about the services available to pediatric primary care providers in New York State. Project TEACH is a project funded by the New York State Office of Mental Health.

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