Dr. Ellen Lipman is a child psychiatrist and Professor in the Division of Child Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University. She is currently Head, Academic Division of Child Psychiatry, and Chief of the Department of Child Psychiatry at McMaster Children’s Hospital. She is the Director of the Offord Centre for Child Studies. Her clinical work includes consultation to outpatient services at the Child and Youth Mental Health Program, McMaster Children's Hospital. Dr. Lipman’s main research interests are in the areas of single-parent families, teen mothers, disadvantaged children, group therapies, effectiveness studies, child and adolescent psychiatry, and epidemiology.
DeWit DJ, Lipman E, DaCosta J, Graham K, Larose S, Pepler D, Coyle J, DuBois D, Manzano-Munguia M, Ferro A. Predictors of early versus late match relationship beginnings in Big Brothers Big Sisters community programs. Children and Youth Services Review. Feb 2016; 61:281-287.
Bennett K, Rhodes A, Duda S, Cheung A, Manassis K, Links P, Mushquash C, Braunberger P, Newton A, Kutcher S, Bridge J, Santos R, Manion I, McLennan J, Bagnell A, Lipman E, Rice M, Szatmari S. A youth suicide prevention plan for Canada: A systematic review of reviews. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry. March, 2015
Korczak D, Lipman EL, Morrison K, Szatmari P. Child and adolescent psychopathology predicts increased adult body mass index: results from a prospective community sample. Journal of Developmental and Behavioural Pediatrics. Feb-Mar 2014; 35:108-17
Lipman EL, Georgiades K, Boyle MH. Young adult outcomes of children born to teen mothers: Effects of being born during their teens or later years. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 2011; 50:232-241
Lipman EL, Kenny M, Marziali E. Providing web-based mental health services to at-risk women. BMC Women’s Health. 2011; 11:38.