David Mrazek M.D.

Dr. David Mrazek has been Chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Psychology at Mayo Clinic since September of 2000. His specialty is in the area of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry; however his research interests and publications cover a broad range of psychiatric illnesses that occur in patients of all ages. Most recently Dr. Mrazek has begun several new research initiatives in genomics. He has collaborated with other investigators in studying various links between genomic variability and psychiatric illnesses such as depression, bipolar illness,...

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Stephen Hinshaw Ph.D.

Dr. Hinshaw received his B.A. in Psychology and Social Relations from Harvard (summa cum laude) and his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from UCLA in 1983. He was a postdoctoral fellow at UC San Francisco and, after teaching at UCLA, joined the Berkeley faculty in 1990. An expert in developmental psychopathology and the stigmatization of mental illness, he has particular expertise in causal and maintaining factors for child and adolescent mental disorders, clinical trials, and longitudinal investigations. Dr. Hinshaw has published over 200 articles, chapters, and...

Peter Jensen M.D.

Dr. Jensen is the President, CEO, and founder of the REACH Institute (REsource for Advancing Children’s Health), a federally chartered nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring that children and families have access to the latest scientifically proven, high-quality interventions for mental health problems. In addition, Dr. Jensen is the codirector of the Division of Child Psychiatry & Psychology, Department of Psychiatry & Psychology, the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota. His previous roles have included serving as the Ruane Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University, founding Director...

Ray Kinney, MS, LCSW

Ray Kinney holds a master’s degree in clinical psychology and specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children and adults with attention deficit disorder, children with emotional/behavioral problems, stepfamily issues, couples therapy, and men’s issues. He completed his education at the University of Texas - Denton and continued his studies in clinical psychology at the University of Kentucky, completing three years of doctoral-level coursework. Related Links Cornerstone Counseling Services Email

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