Child physiatrist

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  • The child psychiatrist addresses challenges faced by children and adolescents up to the age of 18, primarily responding to concerns related to school and family life. The approach taken considers the child’s development and the family context, emphasizing psychotherapy as the primary method of treatment, with medication being considered as a last resort.

    Should medication be prescribed, it is essential to integrate it with ongoing psychotherapeutic support.

  • A child psychiatrist can address a range of issues including behavioral problems, emotional expression difficulties, relationship challenges within the family, school, or peer groups, and developmental concerns such as pervasive developmental disorders, attention deficit disorder, and hyperactivity.

    Additionally, they handle situations arising from divorce, adoption, or the loss of a loved one, assist families coping with chronic health issues, and address problems related to eating disorders like bulimia and anorexia. They also provide support for more severe conditions such as psychotic episodes, substance dependence, and questions surrounding gender identity and sexuality.

  • In Speech & Communication, the child psychiatrist plays a pivotal role in providing counsel and guidance to therapists and the parents and children who seek our services. Often, we do not require their immediate intervention at either a diagnostic or therapeutic level.

    It’s important to note that the child psychiatrist is actively involved in the open access days we have established. During these sessions, parents can discuss their concerns with the interdisciplinary team and pose questions to each specialty individually.

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