KU Child & Family Services Clinic

Services (For children, adolescents, and families unless otherwise noted)

Assessment — we currently have a waiting list
  • Aggression and/or noncompliance
  • Attention-deficit and/or excessive activity
  • Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Depression, Bipolar Disorder
  • Adjustment to divorce and/or loss
  • Abuse, physical/sexual
  • Relationship problems (e.g., friendships, social skills, bullying)
  • Eating problems (e.g., overweight, underweight, fussy eater)
  • Toileting problems
  • Adjustment to chronic illness
  • Nonadherence to medical regimens
  • Stress management
  • Pain management
  • Parent training

Other Services
  • School consultations
  • School-based interventions
  • Group therapy

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