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Child Services

When to call us, what we treat, and how we help

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When to call us

You know what signs to look for to determine if it’s time to call a pediatrician.

What about reaching out for mental health support for your child?

How do you know if it’s time to get professional help?

Some of the signs that might mean it’s time to call:

  • Sudden mood or behavior change

  • Academic challenges that leave them overwhelmed

  • Fears that get in their way

  • Big emotions that take over

Mental health is at least as important as physical health.

By getting help while problems are new, you set them up for the best future.

What we treat

Whether you suspect a mental health condition, or your child has already received a diagnosis, we’re here to help.

They don’t have to have this diagnosis forever.

We work with children who are struggling with:

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Anxiety

- Generalized anxiety

- Social phobia

- Selective mutism

- Separation anxiety

- Specific phobias

- School avoidance/ refusal

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Trauma

- Post-traumatic stress disorder

- Childhood sexual abuse

- Divorce

- Loss of a loved one/grief

- Coping with chronic illness​

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Mood problems

- Depression

- Suicidal thoughts

- Nonsuicidal self-injury (e.g., cutting, burning)

- Emotion dysregulation​

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Disruptive behavior

- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

- Oppositional defiant disorder

- Behavior problems at school

- Behavior problems at home​

Obsessive compulsive and related disorders

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- Obsessive compulsive disorder

- Trichotillomania (hair pulling)

- Dermatillomania (skin picking)

- Other body focused repetitive behaviors (e.g. nail biting)​

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Eating difficulties

- Picky eating

- Challenging behavior related to meals

- Avoidant restrictive food intake disorder

- Anorexia nervosa

- Bulimia nervosa

- Binge eating disorder

- Eating disorder not otherwise specified​

How we help

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You can completely alter their future.
Let's make that happen.

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