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University of Illinois Medical Center Psychiatry/Child Psychology
"Our experienced staff members are dedicated to providing you and your family with the highest quality mental health services in the most effective
CLINICAL PROGAMS FOR ADULTS:
Mood and Anxiety
Offering inpatient and outpatient comprehensive, evidence-based care for adults with the following conditions:
• Major Depression
• Bipolar Disorder
• Dysthymic Disorder
• Seasonal Affective Disorder
• Panic Disorder
• Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
• Generalized Anxiety Disorder
• Adult ADHD
Neurobehavior Program – Neuropsychology services include comprehensive assessment services for adult, geriatric, and pediatric patients in whom impairments of cognitive, neuropsychiatric, or developmental functioning are evident or suspected. Our services include outpatient evaluation and inpatient consultation services.
Neuropsychiatry/ Behavioral Neurology – This program specializes in the evaluation and treatment of the various psychiatric, cognitive, memory, and behavioral problems that can occur following or as part of neurologic and medical diseases.
Psychosis – The Psychosis Program specializes in helping patients (and their families) who have diagnoses where psychosis is a significant problem. Sometimes psychosis may be from medical or neurologic problems, or may arise from problems with drugs and alcohol.
Women's Mental Health – Our women's services provide diagnosis and treatment for women of all ages. Whether women are suffering from severe psychiatric problems or have symptoms related to the stresses of their social roles (marital and family relationships, juggling work and family responsibilities, parenting challenges), we offer treatment and support.
Inpatient Clinical Program (Hospital Program) – The Adult Psychiatry inpatient unit on 8 East is a treatment, educational and research psychiatric unit serving the University Of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System. This unit represents a secure environment with a locked door to care for psychiatrically ill patients on a short-term basis.
Community Reintegration (Hospital Program – This is a time limited intensive outpatient (IOP) psychiatric rehabilitation program dedicated to providing the supports and services necessary for mental health consumers to achieve their optimal level of social and occupational functioning. We provide therapeutic, social, and recreational opportunities that promote the achievement of mental health goals, teach skills, and address quality of life issues., least restrictive setting to meet your emotional and physical health needs. We offer inpatient, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, psychotherapy or general outpatient care that is specifically tailored to you. We understand that the decision to seek psychiatric care can be very difficult and we will treat you with sensitivity and respect as we partner with you to enhance your life.
Clinical Programs for Children/ Adolescents:
Autism Clinic – The Autism Clinic provides a comprehensive multi-disciplinary assessment including school consultation and case management services and a full range of services for affected youth and their families.
Child Psychiatry – The Child Psychiatry Consultation-Liaison Service provides urgent consultations to the pediatric inpatient unit and specializes in treating medically complex children who have comorbid psychiatric diagnoses.
Disruptive Behavior – The DBD Program has a mission of designing, delivering, and developing state-of-the-art mental health interventions for children and families with externalizing disorders and co-morbid diagnoses.
Hyperactivity, Attention and Learning Problems – The Hyperactivity, Attention, and Learning Problems Program (HALP), under the direction of Mark Stein, PhD, provides evaluation and consultation services for school age children and adolescents including Diagnostic Evaluation, Pharmacological and Psychological Services, School Consultation.
Medication Management – The Medication Management Program provides medication management to children and adolescents being seen in the clinic. Medication programs are run by child psychiatry fellows.
Pediatric Stress and Anxiety – The Pediatric Stress and Anxiety Disorders Program (PSAD) specializes in early identification, comprehensive evaluation, and evidence-based treatment of anxiety disorders in diverse youth from age 18 months through older adolescents."