Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
The Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry provides clinical services for children and adolescents with neuropsychiatric disturbances and trains medical students, residents, and fellows in child and adolescent psychiatry. The program reflects a balanced emphasis on developmental psychopathology, psychodynamic psychiatry and neurobiology. The faculty treats psychosomatic difficulties, alcohol and substance abuse, post traumatic stress disorder and other anxiety disorders, affective disorders, psychotic disorders, and disruptive behavior disorders.
The hospital has specialized inpatient and day treatment facilities for both the adolescent and child population. To learn more, visit Vanderbilt Department of Psychiatry.
To schedule an appointment with a provider in the Child/Adolescent Psychiatry outpatient practice, please call (615) 936-3555.
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