Psychiatric & Psychological Conditions We Treat

Our mental health specialists treat children and adolescents for a wide variety of mental health conditions. See a list of all of the conditions we treat.

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Adjustment Disorders

Responses to a significant change in a child's life or surroundings, often showing in depression, anxiety and misbehavior.


A normal stress reaction to our surroundings, triggering the body to physically and mentally prepare for possible danger.

Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)

A condition used to describe children, adolescents and some adults who are inattentive, easily distracted, hyperactive and impulsive in their behavior.


A neurological and developmental disorder appearing during the first three years of life that affects communication, social interaction, and creative or imaginative play.

Autism Spectrum Disorder

A range of symptoms, skills, and disability levels, including Asperger syndrome, childhood disintegrative disorder, and pervasive developmental disorders not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS).

Autoimmune Disorders of the Brain & Peripheral Nervous System

Disorders occuring when the body’s immune system attacks the brain, spinal cord and/or the nerves of the trunk, arms and legs, causing them to lose the ability to transmit signals.

Childhood Behavior Problems

Arguing, aggression, anger, and defiance are normal during growing years. However, a behavioral disorder may be diagnosed when disruptive behaviors last longer or become severe.

Developmental Delays

Some with biological causes, others may be environmental, delays can be grouped into mental, physical, behavioral and speech.

Mood Disorders (Affective Disorders)

A category of mental health problems which includes depressive disorders.

Pseudotumor Cerebri (Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension)

A condition caused by pressure around the brain that mimics a tumor when there is no tumor, thought to be caused by a buildup of cerebrospinal fluid in the brain.

Psychogenic Non-neurological Syndromes

Seizures, fainting, and other movement disorders which may have both organic and psychological causes.


Conditions that cause a loss of connection with reality, with symptoms including delusions, hallucinations, incoherent speech or nonsensical behavior.