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If your child has a nervous system disease, our behavioral health experts can help.
Behavioral health providers integrated into the Division of Neurology at UPMC Children’s Hospital provide collaborative care with you and your child’s medical team to provide support and intervention to improve health outcomes.
Our behavioral health providers work closely with your child's neurology care team to address a range of nervous system issues.
We offer many care options, including mindfulness training, relaxation techniques, and cognitive-behavioral health therapy (CBT).
Headaches are common in children. Behavioral health providers at the Headache Clinic provide diagnostic evaluations and evidence-based treatment.
Our treatments for headaches can help your child:
Stress is a main trigger for a headache — and headaches are also stressful to the body. That's why our behavioral health experts teach children about the relationship between pain and stress.
Your child will learn how their body responds to stress and skills to cope, including:
At the Movement Disorders Clinic, behavioral health providers provide brief, targeted treatment for tics and functional neurological disorder (FND).
Our behavioral health providers use Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT) for children with tic disorders and Tourette syndrome.
CBIT treatment includes:
Our behavioral health experts work with other members of your child's care team to provide complete care for FND.
Our team will assess your child and then, through three to six months of therapy, help them:
Our behavioral health providers uses CBT for children with headaches and movement disorders. Therapy is brief (six to 12 sessions), structured, and focuses on teaching coping skills.
We often involve parents and caregivers to help children reach the goals of their treatment plan.
Through a partnership with Boston Children's Hospital, UPMC Children's offers the Virtual Comfort Ability Program (VCAPS).
This group helps children ages 10 to 17 manage chronic or recurring pain and improve their day-to-day life.
Through VCAPS, your child will:
Parents and caregivers will learn:
To learn more about VCAPS at UPMC Children's, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children's Hospital's main campus is located in the Lawrenceville neighborhood. Our main hospital address is:
UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh
One Children’s Hospital Way
4401 Penn Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
In addition to the main hospital, Children's has many convenient locations in other neighborhoods throughout the greater Pittsburgh region.
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