Our team of child psychiatrists, child psychologists and clinical social workers provide expert care along a full continuum of services including inpatient, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient services. We provide services for all ages — preschoolers, school age children and teenagers. Depending on the needs of your child or teen, our team provides a thorough assessment including psychiatric evaluation, psychological testing and evaluations from other medical specialties.
Based on the results of the evaluation, an individualized treatment program is developed to successfully resolve the unique symptoms and issues faced by the child or teen and their family. We provide a wide range of medical and psychological services to meet the specific needs of each patient including psychiatric medication management, individual and group psychotherapy, family therapy, play therapy and parent education. When necessary, our team will work with schools to assure an appropriate educational program is in place to meet the psychosocial and educational needs of your child or teen.
Print A A A. In this Section About Us Conditions We Treat Our Programs Our Physicians Since , we have had a strong track record of success using evidence-based interventions to help children, teenagers and their families overcome behavioral health issues. Our psychiatry team members are experts in medication management and therapy for children and teenagers. We have a skilled multidisciplinary team that includes psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses and clinical social workers. All provide expert care along a full continuum of services, including inpatient, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient and outpatient services.
We have a wide range of professional services to meet many needs, including psychiatric evaluation, psychological testing, play therapy, parent education and more.
When needed, we also work with schools to ensure an appropriate educational program is in place to meet your child or teen's educational needs. We provide outpatient services for children ages 3 through 17 years. We provide both inpatient and outpatient services to adolescents ages 12 through We have a transitional-aged youth TAY clinic to help transition to independence.
These including developing or improving their ability to: Gain independence Improve self-esteem Improve academic performance Improve frustration tolerance Manage emotions and moods Control impulses and at-risk behaviors Engage in positive relationships with peers and adults Achieve academic success in school Feel positive about the future Participate in constructive and rewarding activities Become a positive member of their family and community Just enjoy being a kid again Let our team of caring professionals start helping you navigate the unique situation you are facing today and call for an appointment.
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