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Dr. McGuire was recently featured in a Forbes article about pandemic-related anxiety

Dr. McGuire was featured in a Forbes article for his expertise in clinical anxiety. The article, which discusses methods of increasing productivity during this challenging pandemic, included Dr. McGuire’s advice to set boundaries when keeping up on certain events in order to prevent becoming overwhelmed. Read the article here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnhall/2020/10/04/covid-19-got-you-and-your-productivity-down-heres-how-to-get-back-up/#7d859e365233 

Dr. McGuire was interviewed for an article about teen anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic

Dr. McGuire was recently featured for his clinical expertise in adolescent anxiety in an article about teen anxiety during the pandemic. In the article, he utilizes his knowledge and experience in adolescent anxiety to bring attention to the pandemic as a large source of current anxiety in youth. Read the article here: https://people.com/health/inside-one-teen-girls-struggle-to-manage-anxiety-during-the-pandemic/

Dr. McGuire was featured in an article for his clinical expertise in pediatric ADHD and misophonia

Dr. McGuire was recently featured in an article that discusses research exploring the relationship between hyperacusis and ADHD in children. He offered his expertise in pediatric ADHD and misophonia to support the research presented in the article and highlight the need for more comprehensive assessments for children with ADHD and sound sensitivity. Read the article here: https://www.medpagetoday.com/resource-centers/pediatric-adhd-contemporary-focus/hyperacusis-children-adhd/2876

Dr. McGuire offers his clinical expertise for an article on how to help someone with anxiety

Dr. McGuire was recently featured in an article about how to help people that are struggling with anxiety. In the article, Dr. McGuire highlights the importance of having empathy towards those with anxiety, and offers insight into the experiences of somebody struggling with anxiety. Learn more about how to help people with anxiety here: https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/how-to-help-someone-with-anxiety 

Mental health experts from Johns Hopkins gather tips and resources for staying healthy during the pandemic

For this article, Johns Hopkins mental health experts collected tips and resources for staying happy and healthy during the pandemic. This article presents a wealth of useful information about mental health, as well as accessible resources for those seeking help. Read the article and find information about self-care tips here: https://hub.jhu.edu/2020/03/26/self-care-coronavirus-tips/ 

Dr. McGuire was interviewed for an article about COVID-19 anxiety in children

Dr. McGuire was recently featured in an article about relieving COVID-19 related anxiety in children. He was referenced in the article as a source of clinical expertise regarding tips for families to help counter fears and concerns that their children may have about the virus. Read the article here: https://www.newswise.com/coronavirus/story-tips-from-johns-hopkins-experts-on-covid-19/?article_id=727934 

Dr. McGuire was asked to review a new app’s ability to help people with ADHD or TBI

In this article, Dr. McGuire was consulted to review a new app that potentially helps people improve their ability to focus. As Dr. McGuire’s expertise is in pediatric clinical psychology, he commented on the app’s potential to help those with ADHD or a traumatic brain injury. Read the article here: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-concentration-app/new-app-may-improve-ability-to-focus-idUSKCN1PF25O 

Dr. McGuire was interviewed for an article about the relationship between social media and depression

Dr. McGuire was featured in an article about the link between social media and depression among teens. In the article, Dr. McGuire discusses the nuanced association between social media and depression, and encourages the utilization of local counseling centers. Read the article here: https://medicalxpress.com/news/2019-01-millennials-odds-depression-social-media.html