Behavioral Health Comprehensive Care & Advanced Services
In order to live your best life, it is important to address all aspects of your health – not only your physical health, but also your emotional and mental well-being. At University Hospitals, we understand the role that mental and emotional health plays in your overall picture of wellness, and we are here to help.
Our behavioral health team has expertise in diagnosing a range of psychological and behavioral health issues, including mood disorders, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, addiction and substance abuse, and others.
Our team of specialists includes board-certified adult and child psychiatrists, clinical adult and child psychologists, addiction treatment experts, counselors, social workers, certified nurse practitioners and nurses with experience in the field of mental health care.
Behavioral Health Services
The center for behavioral health at University Hospitals offers a range of services encompassing all areas of emotional and mental health. Our comprehensive behavioral health services include:
UH offers both inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for patients who are suffering from addiction to alcohol, opioids and other substances.
Adult Psychiatry & Psychology
UH adult psychiatrists and clinical psychologists have the training and expertise to diagnose and treat a wide range of mental health issues, including mood disorders, mental illnesses in older adults, and others.
Women’s Reproductive Behavioral Health
Women’s health experts offer support, counseling and treatment for women experiencing psychological problems related to their reproductive health, including pregnancy, fertility and menopause.
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry & Psychology
If your child is having mental or emotional difficulties, it is important to seek help from mental health professionals who are trained in the diagnosis and treating a wide range of mental health disorders in children.
Pediatric Developmental & Behavioral Health Issues
Our UH Rainbow pediatric specialists address a wide range of child development and behavior issues, such as ADHD, developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome and others.