The Behavioral Health Services comprehensive approach to care is provided by a multidisciplinary team – which may include a psychiatrist, developmental-behavioral pediatrician, nurse practitioner, psychologist, clinical social worker, and clinical counselor – to determine the best treatment options for each child and adolescent.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital's Section of Pediatric Psychiatry offers child and adolescent psychiatrists, who specialize in the evaluation, diagnosis and pharmacology related to treating mental disorders.
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If you think your child or family could benefit from Nationwide Children’s Behavioral Health Services, please call (614) 355-8080 or request an appointment.
Watch Dr. David Brent's grand rounds presentation on resistant depression in adolescents.
Three studies are currently being conducted for Child Bipolar Disorder, Child ADHD and Child Mood Dysregulation. Read the criteria to see if you have a child who may be eligible to participate.