Conditions & Treatments
Conditions & Treatments
16 Results Related to "Depression Collaborative Care Program"
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.
Critical Care Anesthesiology
Critical care anesthesiologists, referred to as intensivists, often play a major role in critical care (or intensive care) medicine.
Sleep apnea is a condition that causes people to periodically stop breathing while they’re asleep. It is associated with many medical problems.
Parental Depression: How it Affects a Child
One in five children in the U.S. lives with a parent who has severe depression; research identifies this as a major risk factor for difficulties in a child’s life.
Pediatric Sleep Study
If your child struggles with sleep, snores, is hyperactive or extremely drowsy during the day, he or she might need an overnight sleep study.
A person with bipolar disorder experiences extreme highs and lows for short or sustained periods of time; effective treatment is available.
Ketamine Infusion for Depression
Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)
A child who doesn't develop at the same rate as others of the same age may have a developmental delay; the problem may be present at birth or arise later.
Helping Children Cope with Divorce
The breakup of parents doesn’t have to be catastrophic for children. While divorce is a loss, it can bring positive changes to a family when handled well.
More than 40 million people in the United States have a chronic sleep disorder. Sleep studies help diagnose those underlying conditions.
Everyone feels anxiety at times, but a person whose anxiety interferes with living a normal life may have an anxiety disorder, and it can be treated.
Autism: The Transition to Adulthood
Modern treatments can effectively prepare many teens and young adults with autism to function well in college and beyond.
Pediatric Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Pediatric obstructive sleep apnea is a condition in which the muscles at the back of the throat intermittently relax, partially or completely blocking the airway.