- Medical Education and Training Programs
- Early Childhood Consultation and Program Evaluation
- Early Childhood Outpatient Program
- Early Childhood Research and Services
- Biological Basis of Psychiatric Disorders
- Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Disorders
- Forensic Issues and Juvenile Justice
- Health Services Research at Bradley Hospital
- Pediatric Behavioral Health
- Prevention and Early Intervention
- Meet Our Researchers
- Bradley Hospital Sleep Experts Assess California’s Legislation for Later School Start Times
- Bradley Hospital Receives $10M to Establish Sleep, Circadian Rhythms Research Center
- InVita Research Program Examines Treatment for Suicidal Behavior among Hispanic/Latinx youth
- Study Tests Effect of Video Game on Impulse Control
- The Hidden Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Children
- Support Our Research
SibLink is Enrolling
SibLink is currently enrolling families for sibling groups to be held in the coming months. The groups are offered for 4- to 12-year-old siblings of children who have developmental, medical or behavioral diagnoses to help them better understand and adapt to their unique family situations.
Parents of SibLink group participants also meet to address their questions and concerns. For more information, call 401-444-8945.
Learn more about SibGroups, or individual and family evaluation and therapy.
Education and Teaching
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- Training future leaders about
The goal of the SibLink research program is to learn more about siblings' experiences so that we and other health professionals can develop better services to meet siblings' needs. In our research studies, siblings and parents participate in interview with SibLink staff and complete questionnaires that are similar to our clinical intake evaluations. We have several ongoing studies about siblings that are open to all families regardless of whether they participate in SibLink clinical program. Siblings and parents who participate in our studies are compensated for their time and effort.
If you are interested in learning more about or participating in one of our research projects, please contact us or call 401-793-8450.
Learn about other sibling programs and upcoming sibling-related events. Also, find helpful tips and guidelines for families of children with special needs.
Our program is affiliated with Rhode Island Hospital and its Hasbro Children's Hospital, Bradley Hospital, the Bradley Hasbro Children's Research Center and The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
Contact us to register for or learn more about SibLink programs.