Children's Specialized Hospital Psychological Services
Treatment and Outcomes
Treatment is provided through individual play therapy, psychotherapy, behavior therapy, parent counseling, family therapy, group therapy, or a combination of these methods.

A parent workshop series is provided for parents of children ages 3–12 who present with disruptive behavior. These include ADHD, oppositional defiant issues or other issues involving non–compliance. The workshop series focuses on teaching behavior management, parenting and organizational skills while providing the parents the support of a group experience.

Group therapy and psycho-educational programs for children  and adolescents with social skill weaknesses or other issues are offered. These groups may be structured to include family and caregiver participation.

All services are always tailored to meet the needs of the child or adolescent and his or her family.

The Comprehensive Feeding Program  at Children’s Specialized Hospital offers help for children from birth through 21 years of age, who have difficulty eating due to a medical condition and/or behavioral issue. The Program aims to promote safe, pleasurable, and nurturing mealtime experiences for children and their families while fostering the progression of developmental feeding milestones.

To provide a comprehensive evaluation and treatment plan for each child, the Comprehensive Feeding Program utilizes the knowledge and expertise of a multidisciplinary team of pediatric specialists, including developmental pediatricians, child psycholotherapists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, and pediatric dietitians.
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