Quoted in: Butler C. AnyBody: Parents are ignoring their children for their Blackberry. The Washington Post.
Quoted in: Butler C. Kids’ complaints about returning to school sometimes reflect serious problems. The Washington Post.
Featured Expert in “Tips to Help Children Succeed in School: Johns Hopkins Doctor Offers Tips.” Featured article, WBAL-TV.
Quoted in Pearson C. “Men's Health: Narcissism May Be Bad News.” The Huffington Post.
Quoted in Dvorak P. “Transgender at Five.” The Washington Post.
Featured article in the Johns Hopkins Hospital Department of Psychiatry Newsletter, “Pushing Over the Borderline."
Quoted in Smitz-McCarthy C. “What price spying? Parents, tread lightly: Monitoring kids with technology can have consequences.”
Voted “Top Doctor in Baltimore, 2012” Pediatric Psychiatry. Baltimore Magazine.
Featured expert in live news segment on WBAL (NBC News) Baltimore about Connecticut school shooting:
Featured expert in news segment on WBFF (Fox News) Baltimore about Connecticut school shooting
Quoted in Sharper S., Knezevich A. “Local schools try to reassure students in wake of Conn. Shooting: Experts say small children may be most profoundly affected.” The Baltimore Sun.
Quoted in Pesheva E. “When Tragedy Strikes: Timing and Honesty Key to Talking About, Dealing with Trauma, Hopkins Children’s Experts Say.”
Quoted in Logan G. “Coping with the Emotional Effects of Exposure to Violence and Trauma.”
Featured article in the Johns Hopkins Hospital Department of Psychiatry Newsletter, “A Different Delirium.”
Featured Guest Speaker, “About Our Kids: Adolescent Depression.” A weekly show on Sirius XM 110, the Doctor Radio, 1 hour interview about Adolescent Depression text.
Interviewed on Shrink Rap, one of the top podcasts on iTunes, regarding “Adolescent Depression.”