Jorge Srabstein, MD, medical director of the Clinic for Health Problems Related to Bullying at Children's National, discusses the physical and psychological health effects of bullying on children in a Huffington Post article.
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The Program for Health Problems Related to Bullying treats children and teens who are bullied, as well as those who bully others.
In a USA Today article, Children's National's Joseph Wright, MD, MPH, discusses cyberbullying and stresses the importance of keeping communication completely open with kids.
Bullying is a serious problem for kids and can lead to extreme outcomes, like suicide. Social media’s popularity has taken cyberbullying to new dangerous levels, according to Dr. Joseph Wright.
Located within Children's National Health System, the Regional Outpatient Centers' administrative offices support outreach to the community and facilitates hospital department participation in the program. The Regional Outpatient Centers offer Children's specialists in a neighborhood setting around the region.