2) Outpatient clinic for anxiety and related disorders (PhD, PsyD) – conducts ADIS-C/P diagnostic / intake evaluations and individual, family, and group psychotherapy utilizing empirically supported treatments with children, adolescents, and young adults; provides school evaluations, treatment planning consultations, and behavioral programming as needed.
3) Learning Disabilities outpatient clinic and research program (PhD, PsyD) – provides neuropsychological evaluations for children and adolescents with learning disabilities and related disorders.
4) School-Based Mental Health program (MD, PhD, PsyD) – provides direct evidenced-based / informed clinical care to elementary and middle school children on site at a participating local public school; conducts diagnostic / intake evaluations and individual, family, and group psychotherapy with children and their parents; also provides teacher and school consultation, behavioral intervention in the classroom / school, and helps families navigate the board of education system.
5) Adolescent Day Treatment program (Md, PhD, PsyD) – provides individual psychopharmacology and psychotherapy treatment (DBT, CBT, supportive psychotherapy, and family work) for students experiencing transitional challenges (ages 14-18).
6) Special Needs Clinic (MD) – provides psychiatric evaluations, psychopharmacology, and psychotherapy for patients with co-morbid psychiatric and chronic medical conditions, including HIV and other illnesses. This family-based clinic serves children, adolescents, and adults; liaises with adult and pediatric sub-specialty medical providers.
MDs will also e responsible for medication management / psycho-pharmacologic consultation.
Internal Number: 5230
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