Galvin, Matthew R(eppert)
GALVIN, Matthew R(eppert)
GALVIN, Matthew R(eppert). American, b. 1950. Genres: Medicine/Health, Children's non-fiction. Career: Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, fellow in child psychiatry, 1982-84, assistant professor, 1984-89, clinical assistant professor, 1990-92, 1993-95, clinical associate professor of psychiatry, 1995-. Larue Carter Hospital, staff psychiatrist, 1984-88, acting director of Youth Service, 1988-90; Indiana University Hospitals, staff psychiatrist, 1984-, assistant director of Psychiatric Services for Children and Adolescents, 1991-98; Riley Child Psychiatric Services, staff child adolescent psychiatrist, 1990-, medical director of Child Adolescent Psychiatric Inpatient Program, 1991-98; St. Vincent's Hospital, staff psychiatrist, 1993-97; Methodist Hospital, staff psychiatrist, 1995-; Pleasant Run Inc, child psychiatrist, 1998-. Public speaker; guest on television and radio programs. Publications: Ignatius Finds Help: A Story about Psychotherapy for Children, 1988; Otto Learns about His Medicine: A Story about Stimulant Medication for Children, 1988, rev. ed., 1995; How Robby Really Transformed: A Story about Grownups Helping Children, 1988; Clouds and Clocks: A Story for Children Who Soil, 1989; (with R. Collins) Sometimes Y: A Story for Families with Gender Identity Issues, 1993; The Conscience Celebration, 1998. Contributor to medical books. Contributor to professional and medical journals.
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