Charlotte Behavioral Health Care offers a full array of child psychiatrist and counseling services for children and adolescents, and we can help you if your child has an issue and you don’t know where else to turn.
Our services include Individual and Family Therapy, Group Family Programs, Case Management, Psychiatric/Medication Services, Intensive Home and School Based Therapy Services, and Crisis Services.
Therapy Services will address mental health and co-occurring substance and/or chemical use disorder, parenting challenges and family dynamic issues. Our community based services are available in the home and/or school based, centered on the severity of issues.
Teleservices is the delivery of health related services through electronic communication. What that means for our patients is that they can have their therapy session using a computer or smartphone. Basically, teleservices allows you to see your therapist from the comfort of your own home, while sitting in the car, or on your lunch break. It’s healthcare in the palm of your hand, from anywhere! All you need to participate in teletherapy is an electronic device with a camera, audio, and internet. For more information, visit our Teleservices page.
Case Management Services include monitoring, linking and advocating for families with basic needs such as housing, food, financial resources, access to medical services, school issues and locating support and resources available within our community.
Psychiatric Services provided by a board certified child and adolescent psychiatrist, along with a team of ARNPs and licensed nursing staff that are specially trained in child, adolescent and family psychiatry.
Each team member has a deep commitment and respect for the unique medication needs/issues. We can help you and your child or adolescent with the following issues:
- Adjustment problems
- Anxiety or depression
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Behavioral problems or disorders
- Sexual, physical or emotional abuse
- Suicidal thoughts or behaviors
- Substance use disorder
- Trauma or grief issues
- And others
Click here for our Children’s Services Patient Handbook.