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Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology by Caring Professionals 

Children with psychiatric and emotional disorders need expert, coordinated care to help them cope with life’s challenges. Georgia Regents Medical Center Psychiatry and Health Behavior offers outpatient and inpatient treatment for children through the age of 17 with emotional and behavioral problems such as:

Interdisciplinary Care by Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists
Care is delivered by an interdisciplinary treatment team of child and adolescent psychiatrists and child and adolescent psychologists, including specialists in eating disorders, ADHD and autism. They are supported by social workers, a recreational therapist, a special needs teacher, a registered dietician and psychiatric nurses and technicians. The team offers:

  • Short-term inpatient psychiatric care in a dedicated unit focused on evaluation, consultation, crisis stabilization and treatment planning
  • Family assessments, consultations, therapy and medication management
  • Outpatient and inpatient care for anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and other eating disorders 
  • A multidisciplinary outpatient Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD) program for children ages three to 16 whose ADHD is difficult to treat
  • A behavioral management program for autism
  • Patient Family Centered Care
  • All the resources of one of Georgia’s largest academic medical centers

Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists:

Call 706-721-9331 for admission information or assistance 24/7.