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Mental Health Resource Guide




Comparing ADHD to Severe Irritability in Children
National Institutes of Health, Protocol #: 02-M-0021
Study describes moods and behaviors through interviews, research testing and brain scans. One to ten visits for eligible children ages 8-17 with an ADHD diagnosis. 301-496-8381, TTY: 1-866-411-1010. www.nimh.nih.gov/JoinAStudy
www.nimh.nih.gov/JoinAStudy , irritablekids@mail.nih.gov, 301-496-8381.


Healthy Kids Research Study
National Institue of Mental Health, Protocol #: 01-M-0192
Healthy Children ages-8 to 17 can help scientists understand the mind. This 12-week outpatient research study at NIH in Bethesda, MD, investigages how the brain changes during computer-based training tasks and how breathing patterns and emotions are related in healthy children. Procedures include psychological interviews, a physical exam, lab work and brain scans. Compensation is provided. 301-827-1340, TTY: 1-866-411-1010.
www.nh.gov/JoinAStudy , kidswithworries@mail.nih.gov,


NIH Research Study: Anxious Child
National Institue of Mental Health, Protocol #: 01-M-0192
Is your 8-17 year-old child anxious? Join an NIH research study on brain functioning. Outpatient visits may include interviews, physical, computer tasks, brain imaging and choice of CBT or treament medication or a combination of both, over 12-week/sessions. Compensation provided. 1-301-827-1340, TTY: 1-866-411-1010.
www.nh.gov/JoinAStudy , kidswithworries@mail.nih.gov,


NIH Research Study: Severe Irritability in Youth
National Institue of Mental Health, Protocol #: 02-M-0021, 15-M-0182
Studies are enrolling children ages 8-17 to evaluate research treatments. If eligible, offered a diagnostic assessment and/or non-drug treatment options. 1-301-496-8381, TTY: 1-866-411-1010.
www.nh.gov/JoinAStudy , irritablekids@mail.nih.gov,


Quince Orchard Psychotherapy
Licensed clinicians providing therapy, psychological testing and medication management services to all age groups. In network with most major health insurances. Locations in Rockville and Frederick, MD.
www.QOpsych.com , 240-750-6467.


The Treatment & Learning Centers (TLC)
Counseling
Why TLC for counseling? Individual, family and group counseling sessions with a licensed therapist can help children reduce the symptoms of anxiety or depression, develop better self-esteem, learn new coping skills, improve skills and learn how to communicate more effecively. 301-424-5200, ext. 306.
LTorvik@ttlc.org,