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Inpatient and Outpatient Services


    We offer four hospital-based intensive evaluation and treatment programs at Hopkins Children's. There are two inpatient units, one partial hospitalization program (Day Hospital), and a consultation program.Our multidisciplinary team includes psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, social workers, teachers. Other pediatric sub-specialists within Johns Hopkins are available as needed and care is closely coordinated with outpatient providers.

    For all clinical referrals and admissions, call Jennifer Lynas, LGSW at 410-955-5335. Fax: 410--502-5283.


     We offer comprehensive outpatient clinical care for a range of conditions and provided by psychiatrists and psychologists. Our individual programs are organized around themes that reflect the expertise of our faculty. Each program offers a team of professionals collaborating to meet the comprehensive evaluation and treatment needs of children and their families. Services may include parent education and support, medication management, psychotherapy, school advocacy, and psychological testing and assessment. Faculty are also available for second opinion or one-time consultation to families and clinicians. Through a centralized intake process, services are streamlined to fit the individual child's, teen's and family's needs.

     To make an appointment at any of our Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Outpatient Programs call (410) 955-5335 


    The Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is the central point of contact to connect youngsters and their families with the appropriate Johns Hopkins specialist and program. We deal with a wide range of problematic symptoms in children and adolescents that include:

    • attentional issues
    • ADHD
    • adherence to treatments
    • anger problems
    • anxiety
    • avoidance
    • behavior problems
    • bedwetting
    • bipolar disorder
    • cognitive evaluation
    • communication issues
    • coping with medical illness
    • coping with medical treatments
    • depression
    • eating problems
    • educational evaluation
    • emotional dysregulation
    • family communication issues
    • fears
    • grief and loss
    • hair pulling
    • learning problems
    • medication issues
    • mood swings
    • obsessions and compulsions
    • oppositional behavior
    • phobias
    • problems making friends
    • psychological evaluation
    • separation problems
    • school avoidance
    • social problems
    • suicidal thoughts
    • tics and movement concerns
    • trauma
    • worries

    Call 911 or contact your nearest emergency room.
    Johns Hopkins Emergency Department: 410-955-5964
    Johns Hopkins Psychiatric Inpatient Admissions Line: 410-955-5104

    Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
    Bloomberg Children’s Center, Level 12
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    1800 Orleans St.
    Baltimore, MD 21237

    Phone:  (410) 955-5335

    Fax: 410-614-7248