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The postdoctoral fellowships at CHOC offer advanced training in the area of pediatric and/or child psychology.
CHOC is pleased to offer a one-year, full time, pre-doctoral internship in pediatric psychology. The internship is accredited by the American Psychological Association.
CHOC Children’s has received a seven-year reaccreditation for the hospital’s pre-doctoral internship in pediatric psychology.
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Concussions can be complicated and multifaceted, as patients usually present with various combinations of neurologic, cognitive and psychiatric symptoms.
CHOC has an expert team of specialists, pediatric psychologists and psychiatrists providing pediatric mental health services in Orange County for kids and teens with behavioral and psychological issues.
CSUF grad Grace Mucci wanted to be a marriage and family therapist. While attending Cal State Fullerton, she sat in a family therapy course, in which the professor would talk about her time spent at Children’s Hospital of Orange County for a post-doctoral fellowship.
This post will hopefully explain any questions you might have about taking a child to see a therapist thanks to the expert advice of Dr. Carlos Konishi Ph.D., a pediatric psychologist at CHOC Children’s.
Keeping your kids so busy outside of school that they lack free time for play or rest can lead to stress, anxiety and depression, says Dr. Harpreet Kaur, a licensed clinical psychologist for kids and teens at CHOC Children’s in Orange County, California.
Most parents will have to face the question of when to get their child a smartphone. The issue typically arises during elementary school, when other kids start carrying phones to school.
There are undeniable benefits to sending your kids to camp. And in Orange County, the camping possibilities are endless.
Conversation starters for kids and advice on how parents can encourage communication beyond the one word answer.
Throughout his toddler years, dressing my son was a breeze. Then, shortly after his third birthday, he began to object to every outfit I chose for him.
Dr. Mery M. Taylor is a Pediatric Psychologist at CHOC Children’s Hospital who works with many children suffering from eating disorders.
Information provided by Dr. Adrianne Alpern Ph.D. a child psychologist at CHOC Children’s Hospital on warning signs of depression in teens.
Dr. Marni Nagel, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and the assistant director of training in pediatric psychology at CHOC Hospital.
Dr. Cindy Kim, PhD, is a board-certified clinical psychologist who sees kids and teens at CHOC Hospital in Orange.
Dr. Sharonne Herbert is a licensed psychologist who coordinates outpatient, clinic visit and inpatient mental health services to kids and teens.
Dr. Heather Huszti, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and chief psychologist at CHOC as well as the Chair, Division of Pediatric Psychology
Dr. Mery Taylor specializes in psychology and sees kids and teens at CHOC Hospital in Orange.
Dr. Michelle Fortier is a licensed clinical psychologist who sees kids and teens in Orange County. She has privileges at CHOC Hospital in Orange.
Dr. Jonathan Romain, PhD, is a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist who sees kids and teens at CHOC Hospital in Orange.
Dr. Julie Moghal, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and director of pediatric psychology at CHOC Hospital.
Dr. Grace Mucci, PhD, is a board-certified pediatric neuropsychologist and coordinator of the Neuropsychology Program at CHOC Hospital.
Dr. Wendy Gray is a licensed clinical psychologist who sees kids at CHOC Hospital in Orange.