Children and adolescents with mental health disorders need to get help as soon as possible. Parents and other caregivers should seek help if children display any of the following warning signs:
Brain care hospital provides comprehensive, intensive mental health services for children and their families. This includes:
through this process, a psychologist will work with your child to evaluate their behavior, personality and capabilities. This can include interviews, observations, questionnaires and psychological testing to develop a complete picture of your child or adolescent.
evidence-based treatment that helps reduce symptoms of anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and other child behavior issues. It includes therapy with both you and your child; regular meetings to learn social, coping and parenting skills; and development of a treatment plan.
this involves a discussion of behaviors and symptoms, a psychiatric interview, personal and family history, a complete medical history and, if necessary, laboratory tests to determine if medications are necessary
comprehensive process used to determine if the use of medications would improve your child’s outcomes. Key elements include a review of current prescriptions and development of a medication treatment plan.
therapy services specifically designed to address childhood matters and help support juveniles and their families.