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The Infant/Preschool Mental Health Clinic is a subspecialty clinic that conducts comprehensive multidisciplinary assessments of children under the age of 6 with symptoms of behavioral and emotional problems and/or developmental delays or impairments.
Children and their primary caretakers are evaluated in a four-session play assessment conducted over four weeks. Detection and treatment of mental health/developmental disorders at this very early stage may diminish future mental health problems.
For more information, please call 314-286-1700.
Searchable Database of Treatment Programs with Ratings of Empirical Support (including therapies such as Coping Cat and PCIT)
http://www.cebc4cw.org/search/ (provided by the California Department of Social Services)
Mental Health Resources
Information about local clinics, psychiatrists, therapists, and other resources around St. Louis:
Referral Information (Parent & Child) with adult anxiety additions
- The Handbook of Infant Mental Health, Second Edition (Zeanah, 2000)
- Handbook of Infant and Toddler Mental Health Assessment (Carter & Del Carmen-Wiggins, 2004)
- Handbook of Preschool Mental Health: Development, Disorders and Treatment (Luby, 2006)
- Treatment of Bipolar Disorder in Children and Adolescents (Geller, 2008)
- BP Kids
- Bipolar Significant Others
Infant/preschool mental health
- World Association of Infant Mental Health
General and children’s mental health
- National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)
- NAMI St. Louis
- Kids Under Twenty-One
- Mental Health America of Eastern Missouri
- Child and Adult Attention Deficit Disorder (ChADD)
- Kids in the Middle: Non-profit organization that helps children, parents and families thrive during and after divorce through counseling, education and support.
- Depression and Bipolar Alliance
- National Institute of Health
- Brain & Behavior Research Foundation (formerly NARSAD)
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