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Our team of caring psychologists and therapists devote themselves to the behavioral, developmental, cognitive, and emotional needs of children, adolescents and young adults who have special needs, emotional or behavioral challenges, and/or are medically fragile. We give close consideration to the psychological factors related to medical illness or developmental disabilities, including adjustment problems, difficulties between parents and children, complying with decided treatment/medication regimens, and challenging family dynamics. <br /> </p> <p><strong>How will you benefit from our specialty services?</strong></p> <ul> <li>The team at Georgia Pediatric Psychology has received training designed specifically to help advance healthy child, adolescent, and early adult development by implementing a combined series of services involving prevention, intervention, and treatment.</li> <li>Our focus is on maintaining health, encouraging positive health behaviors, and evaluating/treating chronic or serious medical and/or mental health conditions.</li> <li>Our providers work hand-in-hand with professionals (community, medical, and school) to provide dependable, developmentally appropriate, and excellent care. </li> <li>We are able to help families of special needs children and offer useful feedback in regards to the criteria involved with eligibility for special education programs (IEP services, 504 plans). Our recommended educational accommodations are aimed at optimizing the learning experience of each individual child, while also being fulfilled in the least restrictive academic environment. This includes assistance with private school admissions and college special needs programs. </li> </ul> <p><strong>How can we help you and your family?</strong></p> <p>At Georgia Pediatric Psychology, our team works <em>with</em> you to help you make sense of your child's unique development and family needs, leading to personalized interventions that will improve family dynamics and enhance your child&rsquo;s success. You can be confident that your family will be supported with the greatest respect, discretion, and compassion. </p> <p><!-- end .content --></p> </div> <div class="footer"> <p align="center">750 Hammond Drive, Building 10, Suite 100, Atlanta, GA 30328</p> <p align="center">Phone: (678) 999-3GPP (678-999-3477)</p> <p align="center">Fax: (678) 999-3567</p> <p align="center"> Georgia Pediatric Psychology, Inc. 2013</p> <!-- end .footer --></div> <!-- end .container --></div> </body> </html>