Psychology and Psychiatry Programs
The Children's Health mood disorders program offers a multidisciplinary approach to treatment. The program provides care for children and adolescents, particularly those suffering from depression or who are experiencing suicidal thoughts.
The Center for Pediatric Eating Disorders treats children and teens who have eating disorders and tailors each child's treatment to their special situation.
More than 1,800 new patients a year are evaluated through the psychiatry consult and liaison service, which provides psychiatric consultation to the medical services at Children's Health.
Our intensive outpatient SPARC Program is designed to reduce suicide risk in teens. Find out if this renowned teen suicide prevention program is right for your child.
The Teen Recovery Program addresses both mental health and substance abuse issues in an intensive outpatient level of care setting specifically designed for teens.
We offer a specialized treatment program for children with ARFID, or "extremely picky eating", and help get them back to healthy eating.
Our team of experts develop unique care plans that help children with depression get the help they need.