Childhood has many highs and lows for a family, there are challenges at every age and stage. Sometimes it's hard to tell if your child is really struggling or going through normal phases for their age. So how do you know when to seek help?
If your child’s struggles and behaviors are causing distress to them and to your family, interfering with daily activities at home and/or school and last a few weeks or longer then your child may benefit from Behavioral Health services.
Behavioral Health services are a specialized part of health care and community services designed to help take care of a person's mental and emotional wellbeing. At Cook Children's our goal is to help your child and your family with a variety of issues ranging from child rearing, behavioral challenges and development to adjustment with divorce, or more chronic issues such as mood disorders and abuse/trauma intervention.
Your child may benefit from behavioral health services if they
Your teen may benefit from behavioral health services if they:
Our Neighborhood Clinics are staffed by an excellent team of licensed behavioral health specialists. If you think your child might need to talk to someone about their thoughts and emotions, talk to your pediatrician about a referral.
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