Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

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Struggling with mental health as a child or teen is extremely difficult and can impact their developing brains for years to come. We know that adolescent depression and mental health conditions are common, and the global pandemic only highlighted and exacerbated what was already a rising tide of mental health disorders in our youth.  

We can help your child or teen work through difficult situations, learn coping skills to manage strong feelings associated with anxiety and depression, and help families communicate effectively and get along better. We are ambitious about not just finding relief for your adolescent, but happiness.

How can we help you?

Disorders that we treat include:

Major depressive disorder (feelings of sadness or loss of interest that persist for several days)

Anxiety/OCD (excessive fear or worry, or intrusive thoughts or rituals)

ADHD (difficulty concentrating or staying organized which affects academics and home life)

PTSD (emotional and behavioral changes after a traumatic event)

Seeing a child or teen struggle with an emotional or behavioral disorder can be one of the hardest things that a parent or guardian will have to face. When deciding whether your child would benefit from seeing a psychiatrist or advanced practice provider, consider the following:

  • Your child has already been in therapy for a while, and they are still struggling with their symptoms.
  • You aren’t sure if medication is right for your child, and you’d like to discuss your options with someone knowledgeable.
  • Your child’s pediatrician, therapist, or another professional has suggested that medication might be helpful.
  • You need someone to help you find the right medication and dosage for your child and keep an eye on any side effects.

The patient intake team at MHS can help guide you in choosing the right type of clinician to start your child’s journey to feeling better.

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If you are a new patient, call (844) 867-8444 or click here to register. If this is a medical emergency, please dial 911.