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At Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare, our psychiatrists evaluate and care for children, teens and adults who have mental health concerns—including depression, anxiety and attention deficit disorders—that coincide with disabilities and complex medical conditions that began in childhood.
Working in teams with other Gillette specialists, we provide psychiatric assessments and medical treatment for patients who have a wide variety of conditions. Through Gillette Lifetime Specialty Healthcare, we evaluate and treat patients whose needs continue into adulthood. At Gillette, psychiatry services are available to patients receiving inpatient and outpatient interdisciplinary medical care.
Why Choose Gillette?
- Gillette psychiatrists are experts in the unique needs of children, teens and adults who have disabilities and complex conditions.
- Our specialists collaborate to provide comprehensive treatments.
- We believe that people who have disabilities deserve a lifetime of excellent health care—from birth through adulthood.
Gillette’s psychiatrists have extensive experience managing the mental health needs of children, teens and adults who have disabilities and complex conditions that began in childhood. They collaborate with other Gillette specialists to provide comprehensive care for every patient.
To search for more providers, visit Our Care Team.
Conditions We Treat
Our psychiatrists see children, teens and adults who have a wide range of mental health needs that coincide with their primary conditions.
Some of the conditions we treat most often include:
- Adjustment disorders
- Attention, hyperactivity and learning disorders
- Mood disorders
For more information about the complex conditions we treat at Gillette, search Conditions and Care.
Tests and Treatments We Offer
Our psychiatrists offer evaluations for children, teens and adults who have mental health needs related to disabilities and complex conditions. We consult with parents, teachers and other members of a patient’s care team to identify symptoms we can target with treatment.
Following an evaluation, we might recommend psychiatric therapy or medications. We collaborate with other specialists to ensure that therapeutic and medical treatments work well with a patient’s overall treatment plan.
Locations of Service
651-291-2848 or 800-719-4040 (toll-free)Learn More »
651-636-9443 or 800-578-4266 (toll free)Learn More »
Services vary by location. For all of our locations, visit Directions and Locations.