CHOC experts answer frequently asked questions about accessing mental health resources like therapy and counseling for kids and teens.
A CHOC dietitian explains the warning signs and symptoms of eating disorders in teens, and what parents should watch for.
After Sophie received support for anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts and disordered eating at CHOC, she strived to help others.
After months of stomach pain, anxiety and not eating, Amelie got help from CHOC’s Functional Abdominal Pain Program.
CHOC is committed to providing valuable mental health resources to families. New guides to timely mental health topics are now available.
CHOC experts point out signs that a child or teen is struggling with an eating disorder like anorexia, bulimia, binge eating or ARFID.
For a child or teen with an eating disorder, the holidays can bring mixed feelings. CHOC psychologists offer ways for parents to help.
Unable to manage her eating disorder at home, Suzette was admitted to CHOC’s comprehensive eating disorders program.
A registered dietitian at CHOC offers advice on how parents can help children develop a healthy relationship with food.