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Provider Resources

Revolutionize DMDD aims to improve the lives of children and adolescents who are affected by Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder (DMDD).


We offer resources and recommendations to families and medical providers surrounding a brain-based treatment approach (formally known amongst the DMDD community as “Matthews Protocol”, nicknamed after Dr. Dan Matthews, who spent decades researching causes and treatment approaches to severe explosive aggressive disorders in children and adolescents).


We also provide a comprehensive philosophy of behavioral care resources for educators and therapists, some originated by the late Dr. Larry Fisher. 


We have witnessed firsthand the positive impacts of both, and this approach has since been proven to be effective for treating DMDD, as well as other disorders, and we are proud to collaborate with providers and community members to further its implementation.


We envision a world where the standard of care to treat all children with DMDD is directed at the root cause of their symptoms. By harnessing the extraordinary efforts of the warriors within the DMDD community, as well as the unwavering support of individuals who share in and advocate for our mission, numerous children will be afforded an improved future, while families can commence the process of healing from the devastation they have endured.

As you can imagine, there is a significant demand amongst caregivers worldwide for providers who possess experience with the brain-based treatment approach, as well as an understanding of the overall philosophy of DMDD as presented on this website.

Furthermore, we have a considerable number of providers who are eager to enhance their knowledge by engaging with peers more experienced with the brain-based treatment approach.

If you are a provider who welcomes the opportunity to be recognized as a beacon of light for your community and/or your peers, please complete our 
Provider Resource Form.

You can also download the form and send it back to:

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