Conditions & Treatments
Conditions & Treatments
42 Results Related to "Child Study Center"
Mental Health Medications for Children
Children may benefit from mental health medications, which may be helpful in treating autism, obsessive compulsive disorder or depression.
No two children develop in exactly the same way, but the phases of child development are, for a healthy child, logical and predictable.
Childhood Stress and Anxiety
Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder in children. Learning healthy ways to calm down and handle fears is an important life skill.
Lyme disease was discovered by Yale physicians. Patients here benefit from advanced, multidisciplinary treatments for this complex condition.
ADHD can profoundly affect how well a child functions at home, at school and socially. A comprehensive approach goes beyond prescribing medication.
Depression in Children and Teens
Childhood depression affects about 5 percent of American children and adolescents. There are many effective treatment options for children and their families.
Psychological Assessment of Children
Psychological assessments of children examine learning, social, behavioral and personality development to plan for =mental health and educational needs.
Marijuana Use Disorder
Marijuana (cannabis) can cause paranoia and memory loss. Also called cannabis, it can be addictive and can disrupt a user’s life and relationships.
Gambling disorder affects about one percent of Americans, who are unable to stop gambling despite the damage to their psyches, wallets, families, and jobs.
Pediatric Neurogenic Bladder
Children with medical conditions such as spina bifida, stroke, multiple sclerosis or spinal cord injury may have neurogenic bladders and need specialized care.
Avoiding Infectious Diseases
There are all sorts of ways to get an infectious disease—from people and animals, to eating contaminated foods, to environmental exposure.
A learning disability can affect how a child learns to write, read and do math, as well as communication,social skills, attention, memory and coordination.
Critical Care Anesthesiology
Critical care anesthesiologists, referred to as intensivists, often play a major role in critical care (or intensive care) medicine.
Pivotal Response Treatment
For children with autism, anger and other challenges, pivotal response treatment (PRT) builds on principles of earlier behavior modification methods.
Sleep apnea is a condition that causes people to periodically stop breathing while they’re asleep. It is associated with many medical problems.