Clearly communicate feelings
As mental health dollars are stretched thin, the goal of the Behavioral and Mental Health Program is not to duplicate services, but to coordinate services to best serve our community. We evaluate and treat mental health conditions.
Is your child struggling with:
Anxiety or worry
Anger & big emotions
& making friends
We help families function their best in their community
Childhood is hard. Many children and young adults struggle with anxiety, worry, stress, big life transitions, and can sometimes get stuck. We understand that your children do not come with an “instruction manual,” so having an outside resource to help your child and family through complicated times can be very helpful.
How we help
- Lower anxiety
- Manage anger
- Equip parents with tools to parent with confidence
- Teach you how to work through struggles
- Help families to function their best in their community
- Helping people understand themselves
- Include mental health as part of patients’ well-being
Conditions commonly encountered:
- Autism Spectrum disorder
- Behavioral disorders
- Eating disorders
- Tic disorders and other movement disorders
- Anxiety and anxiety subtypes
- Bipolar disorder
- Depression and depression subtypes
- Gender Dysphoria
- Substance use disorder
We are here to help
We help children lower their anxiety, manage their anger, and equip parents with tools to confidently parent their child.
Janette Concepcion, PhD in Psychology, who will be providing education, training, diagnostic clarification and mental health triage.
Kelly Delahunty, MD, a pediatrician with additional training and expertise in psychiatry and behavioral modification through effective parenting and individual goal setting.
Lauren Knapp, Psychiatric Physician Assistant, who will provide education, training, assessment and pharmacological treatment as needed.