Mental Health Disorders

Depression, Personality Disorders, More

Indiana University of Pennsylvania: Psychology Department
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Includes several outpatient clinics that provide treatment for issues such as relationship problems, anxiety, depression, grief, unresolved family conflict, developmental concerns and evaluations for children, learning disability evaluations, obsessive/compulsive disorder.

Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare: Child and Adolescent Service System Program
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Helps children and adolescents with emotional disturbances to gain access to needed mental health services. These services are planned collaboratively with the child's or adolescent's family, the mental health system, the school and other agencies.

University of Pennsylvania Health System: Department of Behavioral Health
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Provides inpatient and outpatient services as well as a number of specialty programs, such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse issues, personality disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and weight and eating disorders, many of which involve research components.

University of Pennsylvania Health System: Mental and Behavioral Health Services
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Offers doctor visits, addiction treatment, services for the aging, short-term care, long-term care, hospitalization, and emergency services.

University of Pennsylvania Health System: Weight and Eating Disorder Program
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Conducts a wide variety of studies on the causes and treatment of weight-related disorders. More recently, the Weight and Eating Disorders Program has begun to offer professional services to the general public rather than only to participants in research studies.

University of Pennsylvania's Department of Psychiatry: Neuropsychiatry Section
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Specializes in the study of schizophrenia through an integration of neurobiology and treatment, as well as studying other brain and behavior relationships including sex differences, emotion, memory, olfaction, women's studies and rehabilitation.


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