Health Topics: Mental Health
Children's National Health System's Adelaide Robb, MD, talks to parents about the signs and symptoms of childhood depression and anxiety.
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The Adolescent Medicine Program at Children's National Health System/George Washington University is approved by ACGME and involves clinical, academic and research training.
The Division of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at Children’s National offers assessment, diagnosis, and care for children and teens with behavioral, emotional, and developmental disorders.
Through research and clinical trials, the Psychiatry team at Children's National learns more about the factors involved in psychological and behavioral disorders, and identifies new treatment options and interventions for patients.
Our specialists perform a comprehensive evaluation during your child’s initial visit to accurately diagnose the condition, including a discussion about your child’s individual symptoms, family history, and related psychological concerns. Follow-up care may involve individual therapy, family therapy, and medication when necessary.