The Boys Town Center for Behavioral Health offers a wide range of outpatient services for children of all ages who are experiencing behavioral, emotional, academic or substance use concerns.
If you are a parent, physician, educator or mental health care provider who is concerned about the behavior of a child in your care, we can help. Our mental health practitioners, psychiatrists and physicians work closely with families, schools and other referrers to provide the best care for children and adolescents.
Behavioral Health Clinic at Boys Town National Research Hospital is here to help infants, children, adolescents, adults and families find solutions to difficult behavioral challenges including anxiety, depression, anger management and more.
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry team evaluates, diagnoses and treats patients with severe mental and behavioral challenges including ADHD, spectrum disorders, developmental delays and neurobehavioral disabilities.
If a child, family member, student or patient is experiencing challenges related to substance abuse, our
Chemical Use Program can help with education, treatment and prevention. These services are provided to children, adolescents and adults.
Learning Academy specialized in helping children unlock their learning potential. We use individualized, innovative and research-supported interventions to help students achieve success in the classroom.
The Neurofeedback Clinic at the Boys Town Center for Behavioral Health® provides leading-edge treatment for pain management,
migraines/chronic headaches and emotional regulation. Neurofeedback is a treatment method that acts directly on nervous system dysfunction. It works like medication, but without the sometimes negative side effects that can accompany that intervention.
The Boys Town
Interpersonal Skills Training 4 Kids (IST4 Kids) program offers group sessions for elementary, middle and high school students who struggle with peer and/or adult interactions, such as making and/or keeping friends, talking with peers, or starting conversations.