General Diagnostic Clinic
Program Type:Medical Clinic
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Children and adolescents may be referred to the Institute of Juvenile Research (IJR) General Diagnostic Clinic for a wide variety of concerns, including problems with disruptive behavior, anxiety, and/or mood, school functioning, adjustment to trauma or other sources of stress, and developmental delays.
Evaluations in our General Diagnostic Clinic include a comprehensive assessment of each youth’s current strengths and difficulties, family functioning and family, medical, school, and psychiatric history. When appropriate (and with permission of the youth’s legal guardian), we may also gather information from teachers, pediatricians, caseworkers, counselors, and other adults who play key roles in the youth’s life.
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