Seattle Children'sFaculty and staff in the Division of Child Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine work with children and adolescents from infancy to age 21 and their families. We utilize a variety of state-of-the-art modalities to assess and treat complex or unusual psychiatric and psychological problems.
Areas of particular faculty strength include Autism spectrum disorders; Complicated and or treatment resistant attention deficit disorders; Children with co-occurring medical and surgical conditions and craniofacial anomalies; Depression/anxiety/mood and bipolar disorders; Eating disorders; Psychosis; and Substance Abuse. Telepsychiatry is also an area of particular strength and faculty lead outreach services to a variety of sites in the Northwest.
Specialty Consultation-Liaison Services
- Adolescent Medicine
- Craniofacial Center
- Neuropsychology — Child Psychiatry
- Speech and Language Services
- Inpatient Psychiatry Unit
- Eating disorders partial hospitalization program
- Echo Glen Juvenile Detention Center in Snoqualmie