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Dr. Forshee’s Response to the Netflix Show “13 Reasons Why”

The show on Netflix titled ‘13 Reasons Why’ has caused quite a bit of controversy. This controversy is likely partly due to the unknown element associated with what it means for youngsters watching this show. Over the course of the past several weeks, I have been asked what my professional opinion is on this show. […]

Unveiling Secret Thoughts in Your Teens Mind

In my practice I have had the pleasure of treating some incredible teenagers who have suffered from Social Anxiety Disorder. Unfortunately, by the time these youngsters and their families get to my office, they are at risk of failing school due to chronic truancy, are reported to have behavioral problems, and the adults in their […]

For Gay and Transgender Teens, Will It Get Better?

Last month, The Center for Disease Control released one of the most comprehensive national studies on sexual-minority youth. In a national survey of 15,600 students in the 9th-12th grade, it was found that teens who identify as gay, lesbian or bisexual ( 8% of the high school population, or 1.3 million students) suffer from substantially […]

Dr. Forshee responds to the Russian news channel, NTV, as they inquire about the recent pandemic of pro-suicide social media groups

Are Russian internet communities responsible for wave of child suicides? For several days recently, Russian media outlets, one after another, ran sensational investigative reports about social network communities that allegedly push children to suicide. RBTH explains what we know so far about the activities of these groups. On May 16 the liberal Russian newspaper Novaya […]

State survey finds high rate of kids at risk of self-harm

Dr. Danielle Forshee was interviewed and quoted in the following article for her expert opinion on the subject of teens, mental health and self harm. Original post by Alisha Kirby cabinetreport.com One in every five students in grades nine and 11 seriously considered attempting suicide in the past year, according to the results of the […]