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Mental health resources
Mental health can have a serious impact on physical health and the progression of a child into adulthood. Mental health also is associated with the prevalence and progression of chronic diseases, including diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.
There is a shortage of pediatric mental health providers, so accessing mental health services is difficult for many families. Children's Wisconsin offers families a number of options.
Psychiatry and behavioral medicine program
Our psychiatrists, psychologists, neuropsychologists, psychotherapists, and nurse practitioners provide mental health diagnosis and treatment for anxiety and attachment disorders, Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), bipolar disorder, child abuse and neglect, depression, and psychotic disorders.
At sites throughout Wisconsin, our licensed child and family counselors work with children – from toddlers through adolescents – and their families to address problems and strengthen family ties. We also offer other types of specialized counseling, including grief and bereavement counseling, and violence prevention counseling.
Greensquare Developmental Specialists
Behavioral health services are available at our following offices:
Providers at these sites help parents learn to deal with a child's behavioral issues. Our experts include a pediatrician and a nurse practitioner with a focus on developmental learning and behavioral issues as well as licensed professional counselors and licensed clinical social workers.
To contact our Greensquare Developmental Specialists, please call (414) 288-4800.
Catalpa Health was formed to provide pediatric mental health services in the Fox Valley. The center is supported through a partnership between Affinity Health System, Children's, and ThedaCare.