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Child Psychiatry Services Now Available

October 17, 2018|Child & Adolescent

We are excited to announce that our Newton-Watertown office now provides expanded Child & Adolescent services, including child psychiatry.

Child psychiatry offers an in-depth, focused evaluation that examines the role biological, psychological, and social factors may play in emotional and behavioral concerns. Our child psychiatry team works with children and families to understand presenting issues, formulate diagnostic impressions, make treatment recommendations, make treatment recommendations, and to provide medication consultation and management.

To learn more or request an appointment, please call us at (617) 259-1895 or fill out our brief online intake form here.

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