Clinical Psychology

Our Clinical Psychologists work together with many pediatric sub-specialties to ensure the most comprehensive care for children in the Mid-South. Clinical psychologists are specially trained to treat the specific needs of children and adolescents. 

Clinical psychologists provide consultations and testing for children who have difficulties adjusting at home or in the school environment. Because every child is unique, the plan of care is based on his or her individual needs. Referrals to clinical psychologists typically come from the child's pediatrician. If you have any questions or concerns about your child's development, talk with your child's pediatrician.

Areas of expertise include the diagnosis and treatment of the following:

Developmental disabilities

Autism and mental disabilities

Stress and anxiety disorders

Childhood depression

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Illness related emotional disorders

Child abuse

Behavioral disorders

Family counseling

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