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Pediatric Behavioral Health

Providing world-class care, support, and comfort

Pediatric Behavioral Health Services

Children and their families deserve compassionate and sensitive care, using a unifying approach to all mental health conditions. Lee Physician Group's Pediatric Behavioral Health specializes in emotional, cognitive, and behavioral conditions affecting children and adolescents from ages 5 to 21. We empower children and teens and give them with tools they need to face daily challenges.

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Conditions & Treatments

  • Anxiety
  • Adjustment disorders
  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Behavioral disorders
  • Depression
  • Mood disorders
  • Psychopharmacology
  • One-on-one therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Social skills therapy
  • Habit reversal therapy
  • Exposure/response prevention therapy
  • Pediatric psychiatry and pediatric psychology
  • Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT therapy)

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Kids' Minds Matter

Advocates for kids mental health

We’re on a mission to improve children’s mental health services. Golisano Children’s Hospital’s mental and behavioral health care fund – Kids’ Minds Matter – is here to help.

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Convenience at your Fingertips

Lee Health offers patients a secure, online way to access their medical records. Anywhere, anytime you can count on Lee Health's MyChart. MyChart should never be used for urgent/emergent medical matters. Messages sent through MyChart® are monitored during business hours only. Message your physician here and get access to pediatric behavioral health resources!

Our Pediatric Behavioral Health Team

The Latest Blog Articles

Learn more about mental health issues with tips and real discussion from our experts.
  • Mental Health

    Mental Health Disorders are All Around Us. So How Do We Start Talking about Them?

    Anxiety, depression, panic, and other disorders affect 70 percent of Americans. But why are we so afraid of talking about mental health? And how do you even begin the conversation?

  • Mental Health

    Why Do We Feel Bad About Feeling Bad?

    Fear and shame are powerful, but compassion can light the way to better mental health. Learn more from our medical director of Behavioral Health.

  • Mental Health Providers Gathered Virtually to Address Behavioral Health Crisis in SWFL