If your child is struggling, there is hope.

According to national data, roughly 9% of children have been diagnosed with anxiety and 4% have been diagnosed with depression.

Children can suffer from mental health issues as a result of a variety of life stressors including (but not limited to) bullying, family separation through divorce, death, chronic illness in themselves or a family member, and behavior disorders such as attention deficit disorder.

Anxiety and depression may present as behavior problems such as frequent crying, poor sleep, difficulty following directions and paying attention, and poor school performance.

We are committed to supporting our patients and families affected by mental health issues through diagnosis and treatment of both anxiety and depression.

If you are concerned that your child may be suffering from any of these issues, please call us and make an appointment.