Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry



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AACAP provides resources that you can add into your conversations about this important topic this month and all year round:


AACAP is hosting our second Virtual Annual Meeting, October 18-30, 2021, with an innovative program designed to reach a wider audience than ever before. See the full announcement.


AACAP President Gabrielle A. Carlson, MD, chats with Manpreet Singh, MD about the question of what constitutes mania/bipolar disorder in younger children.


The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) and the American Psychiatric Association (APA) created the ADHD: Parents’ Medication Guide to help parents make informed decisions about getting the best care for a child or adolescent with ADHD.



AACAP has compiled a list of anti-racism resources for parents, patients, and clinicians.


Sponsored by the Diversity & Culture Committee, this four-part lecture series explores complex social issues that have been further impacted by the pandemic.



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 Major Health Care Professional Organizations Call for COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates for All Health Workers  More…

 President's Statement Recognizing Juneteenth  More…

 AACAP Stands in Solidarity with the Family of Mr. George Floyd  More…

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AACAP Resources

 NEW! Children and Masks: Tips for Parents and Teachers More...

 21st Century Cures Act - Introduction and FAQs for Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists  More…

 Anti-Racism Resource Library More...

 Talking to Children about the Violence in DC: Tips for Parents and Teachers More...

 Tipsheet for Talking to Children about Wildfires and other Natural Disasters More...

 Resources for Women CAPS More...

 Resources for Helping Kids and Parents Cope Amidst COVID-19 More...

 AACAP Telepsychiatry Toolkit More...

 Disaster Liaison Network Resource Library More...

 Youth at the Border Resource Library More...

 Guns and Violence Resource Library More...

 I'm Going to See a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist: Now What? More...

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