Susan Samuels Contributor

Dr. Samuels is an assistant professor of clinical psychiatry and clinical pediatrics at Weill Cornell Medicine and an assistant attending psychiatrist at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.

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Tips to Maintain a Routine with Kids During COVID-19

This can help them cope with unfamiliar things in the world around them.

COVID-19 Anxiety Becoming Unmanageable? What to Do

For starters, don’t underestimate the power of telehealth.

Helping Friends Cope with COVID-19: Tips to Lend a Virtual Hand

“It can be a small act that has a tremendous impact.”

This Journaling Method May Help with Anxious Thoughts

Try this if COVID-19 has your brain running like a hamster wheel.

Signs of Emotional Distress in Loved Ones During COVID-19

They may not *say* they’re anxious, but they might show it.

Helping Loved Ones Cope with COVID-19: What Should I Say?

Here are expert tips to comfort someone who is struggling.

How to Help Your Family Cope with COVID-19 Anxiety

“Working together with your family can be really helpful.”

Stress Relief for COVID-19: Relaxing Activities to Do at Home

“We all have to remember not just self-care, but self-soothing.”

3 Tips to Ease COVID-19 Anxiety

#2: Limit your news consumption.

The Symptoms of Autism Every Parent Should Know

Autism is a spectrum—and every case is different. Here are common signs to look out for.

Signs Your Mood Swings Are Actually Bipolar Disorder

Manic episodes may not be as obvious as advertised.

Treatment for Bipolar Disorder: Understanding Your Options

If left untreated, the symptoms of bipolar disorder might worsen.

How Doctors Diagnose Bipolar Disorder (and Why It’s So Tricky)

Challenge #1: Manic symptoms can feel kinda good.

Bipolar I vs. Bipolar II: What’s the Difference?

It may take loved ones to recognize the symptoms.

Bipolar Disorder vs. Depression: What’s the Difference?

These mood disorders are similar, but a key symptom sets them apart.

Medication for Adult ADHD: Understanding Your Options

Meds can’t cure ADHD, but they can sure make an impact on your quality of life.

Could It Be ADHD? Here’s How Doctors Diagnose ADHD in Adults

There’s no one test to diagnose this mental health disorder.

Staying Organized with ADHD: 4 Little Rules that Are Seriously Necessary

These life-simplifying tricks can help you better manage your ADHD.

ADHD in Adults: The 3 Types you Need to Know

Impulsive? Forgetful? Here’s how to tell if it could be adult ADHD.

ADHD vs. Being Scatterbrained: What’s the Real Difference?

Everyone’s distracted these days, but these clues point to ADHD.