James Roberson, Vice President of Programs and Innovation for KVC Hospitals discusses innovative techniques for trauma-informed childhood brain development.
In this post, Dr. Vishal Adma and Dr. Jyotsna Adma discuss what parents can do to help their children cope with anxiety and other pressures.
Meet Registered Nurse Kate who shares the rewards of her role at KVC and why she likes working at a children’s psychiatric hospital.
A children’s psychiatric hospital provides treatment for youth with depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues. See what it’s really like to work at KVC Hospitals.
At KVC, we have a set of core values that emphasize how we’re to work together & provide excellent care. Mr. Melvin is one example of how our employee’s personal values match our organizational ones.
To help youth heal from traumatic experiences, childhood adversity and to build a healthy brain, KVC has created a fun room where we lead youth through brain strengthening exercises and activities.
Sometimes, children and teens might need a different school environment to be successful. Learn how an alternative school can support youth learning at their level.
The rates of self-harm in children and teens are high. Here’s how you can help prevent and stop youth from self-injuring.
Walking into a children’s psychiatric hospital can be unnerving to children and teens at first. KVC team members go above and beyond to make people feel welcome.