Children can develop the same mental health conditions as adults, but their symptoms may be different.
Psychiatric disorders among children are common, though often underdiagnosed. The CDC estimates that one in six children between the ages of two and eight have a mental, behavioral, or developmental disorder. Behavioral problems, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, and depression are among the most common mental health disorders among children and adolescents.
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The treatment includes Psychotherapy, talk therapy or behavior therapy. Psychotherapy is a way to address mental health concerns by talking with a psychologist or other mental health professional. With young children, psychotherapy may include play time or games, as well as talk about what happens while playing. During psychotherapy, children and adolescents learn how to talk about thoughts and feelings, how to respond to them, and how to learn new behaviors and coping skills.
Medications which may include stimulants, antidepressant, anti-anxiety medication, antipsychotic or mood stabilizer. Treatment depends on each person's situation, their willingness to participate in treatment and the severity of their symptoms.
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