Trauma-informed care understands the impact of trauma and the potential paths for recovery, and aims to respond by adapting certain practices.
A new app called "Pain Buddy" may aid in the reduction of pain severity in children during cancer treatment, according to results of a pilot study recently published in the online journal Pediatric Blood & Cancer.
This compilation of resources from CHOC can help pediatric providers address COVID-19 mental health questions from worried parents.
The grant will allow CHOC to train community providers on incorporating Adverse Childhood Experiences screenings into their clinical practice and more.
CHOC's dialectical behavioral therapy-employing intensive outpatient program for high school teens is successfully intervening on suicidal behaviors.
While self-care might feel inaccessible for providers now, these tips from CHOC can help make the impossible possible -- and provide some much needed relief.
Patients in the CHOC Cherese Mari Laulhere Mental Health Inpatient Center receive lessons from the Ocean Institute, a non-profit aimed at educating SoCal youth.
CHOC received a transformational gift from the Cherese Mari Laulhere Foundation to enhance and expand its pediatric mental health system of care.