Eli Merritt, M.D., is the founder of Merritt Mental Health, a mental health and addiction care navigation company that connects patients and family members with best-fit, individualized mental health care nationwide. He is the author of Suicide Risk in the Bay Area: A Guide for Families, Physicians, Therapists, and Other Professionals, and is currently a Visiting Scholar at Vanderbilt University where he is investigating a Unified Theory of Depression. Dr Merritt has previously held positions as president of the San Francisco Psychiatric Society and as an Adjunct Clinical Faculty member at Stanford. He completed a B.A. in history at Yale, M.A. in ethics at Yale, medical degree at Case Western Reserve, medical internship at the Lahey Clinic, and residency in psychiatry at Stanford. He has written on diverse topics in medicine, psychiatry, and medical ethics, including diagnosis, insomnia and depression, addiction, suicide prevention, informed consent, and privacy issues in mental illness. He has taught medical students and resident physicians courses on psychiatric interviewing, ethical standards and boundary violations, the placebo effect, hyperthyroidism, and medical decision-making, among other subjects.
In the new book, Raising Human Beings, Creating A Collaborative Partnership with Your Child, the renowned child psychologist and New York Times bestselling author explains how to cultivate a better parent-child relationship while also nurturing empathy, honesty, resilience, and independence.
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It was a pleasure to interview Dr. Ross Greene. We discussed the important role parents play in raising a healthy child who has the potential to be a productive, self-aware, and empathic adult.
Ross Greeene, PhD, is the author of many books including Lost and Found, and The Explosive Child. His new book is, Raising Human Beings…Creating a Collaborative Partnership with Your Child. Ross Greene was on faculty at Harvard Medical School for more than twenty years and is the founding director of the nonprofit—Lives in the Balance, through which he disseminates the model of care called Collaborative and Proactive Solutions.