Services, Programs and Clinics
Our interdisciplinary clinical approach includes a thorough diagnostic evaluation as well as the proposal of a treatment plan. Treatment plans are based on current scientific research and reflect the values, needs and resources of the child and family. They often include the following therapeutic approaches: individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy, behavioral therapy, parent counseling and medication therapy. Coordination with the child's school is often recommended. The staff of the mental specialty programs and specialty clinics consists of Child Psychiatrists and Child Psychologists and includes both faculty and advanced trainees who are supervised by the faculty.
Hospital-based services provide psychiatric care for children and adolescents who are hospitalized for medical conditions.
Outpatient Services is composed of eight specialty clinics that treat specific disorders within the wider range of childhood conditions.
Learn more about our clinics:
- Anxiety Disorders Clinic offers comprehensive assessment, evaluation, and treatment for disorders such as separation anxiety, agoraphobia, social phobias, and obsessive compulsive disorder.
- Autism and Developmental Disorders Clinic provides services for youngsters with developmental disabilities as well as psychiatric disorders. Developmental disorders treated at the clinic include autism, delayed cognitive development, sensory or motor impairment, and learning disabilities.
- Eating Disorders Clinic provides medical and psychiatric evaluation, treatment, and consultation for anorexia, bulimia and other eating disorders. Treatments offered by the clinic include psychopharmacology, individual and family counseling and coordinated school programs.
We also offer the following clinics:
Bipolar Disorders Clinic
Early Life Stress Clinic