Chronic Difficulties Call for Individualized Treatment
Emotional and behavioral disorders are broad terms that encompass a wide range of mental health problems that are common in children and adolescents. While it is natural for young people to go through periods of anxiety, sadness, and some acting out behaviors, chronic patterns of these types of behaviors can have a negative impact on your child’s own functioning, on your child’s long term development trajectory, and on the entire family.
Psychologists and psychiatrists at The Ross Center are well versed in various treatment approaches to academic, social, and family functioning.
Typical issues that our providers treat include:
- anxiety related to school
- selective mutism
- executive functioning problems
- social skills deficits
- behavioral problems
We Can Help
At the Ross Center, our therapists and psychiatrists work with children, teens, parents, and other adults in their lives in order to promote healthier functioning in the areas that are most important to a young person, including school, home, and with friends. We develop an evidence-based treatment plan that is individualized specifically for your child and your family.