Specialists in mental health will support your child and family through the challenges of a craniofacial condition. They can help determine how a craniofacial condition is affecting your child and family life and provide guidance.
Our child psychologists can offer practical information learned from their work with many other families. Together with our social workers, they can support you when you are making decisions about your child’s treatment options. They also help you and your child prepare for surgery and for a hospital stay.
If your child might benefit, they can provide psychological testing to give you important feedback about your child’s learning.