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Services

Services we Provide

The faculty of the Pediatric Behavioral Health program has expertise in child development, child psychology, pediatric psychology, and behavioral/psychological difficulties of childhood as well as family-based psychosocial and behavioral interventions for youth. Patients are evaluated and treated by the Pediatric Psychologist with the most appropriate expertise. Treatment may include individual therapy, family therapy, behavioral parent-oriented services, consultation, or some combination of these services.

Service Providers

A Pediatric Psychologist with expertise in family-based care of youth with chronic health conditions directs the Pediatric Behavioral Health program. All the other Pediatric Behavioral Health program faculty are Pediatric Psychologists with specialties in, but not limited to:

  • Adherence to Chronic Illness Treatment
    (e.g., diabetes, CF, cancer, IBD, etc.)

  • Adjustment to Illness (e.g., diabetes, CF, cancer, IBD, etc.)

  • Attention & Learning Difficulties

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders

  • Behavior Problems

  • Craniofacial Disorders

  • Depression & Anxiety

  • Feeding Difficulties

  • Habit and Tic Disorders

  • Neuropsychological Evaluation

  • Neonatal Follow Up

  • Pain Management

  • Sleep Difficulties

  • Spina Bifida

  • Toileting Problems

Faculty have particular strength in appreciating the interplay between presenting psychosocial challenges and medical or developmental problems.