Integrated Behavioral/Mental Health
Parker Pediatrics is proud to have integrated the physical and behavioral/mental aspects of care into our practice for over a decade. Pediatricians are seeing more and more office visits for issues such as anxiety, depression, attention problems or behavioral issues. It is estimated that 20% of children have a behavioral/mental health diagnosis. These problems often interfere with a child’s education, sleep, and daily activities. They can greatly affect and impact the entire family. They also are the source of many physical complaints, such as headaches and abdominal pain. We are pleased to provide behavioral/mental health services to our patients with our three mental health providers.