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Updated October 16th, 2013
Consultant at clinics and institutions with responsibility for psychiatric assessment and treatment.
- Neurodevelopmental assessments of children and teens with ADHD and PPD / autism spectre disorders
- Pharmacological treatment evaluations
- Family focused patient contacts
- Medical certificates for various purposes
- Staff consultations
Bertil Jansson, M.D., specialist in
child and adolescent psychiatry
and pediatric medicine
in Sweden since 1991, Norway and Great Britain.
Earlier positions as senior consultant at the Clinic of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Uppsala University Hospital, and as senior consultant various psyhiatric inpatient and outpatient clinics in Sweden and Norway.
My experience and interest also include forensic psychiatry and neurologic habilitation.
Several years of managing experience, latest 2008 as head of the Psychiatric Division at Uppsala University Hospital.
Bertil Jansson Specialistläkare AB, Uppsala, Sweden
tel: +46 73 508 88 19
Специалист детской и подростковой психиатрии
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The needs among children and
in schools, day-care-centres in habilitation centres, institutions for delinqent teenagers and
The focus for professional support is the family and the environments where children and teenagers grow up - homes and schools. We can improve environments and circumstances for individual persons at home and in schools.
We can improve our own ways and attitudes when we meet and talk with children and teenagers at home and in schools.
Children and teenagers can learn new ways of meeting life. Some adolescents lives and future can depend on proper pharmacological treatment. But a child or teenager shall never be trained to accept an unacceptable environment or to take psychiatric medication because the environment is too demanding.
Therapeutic interventions based on family therapeutic concepts are often of good help to children, teenagers and their families. Our most effective way of helping is often by helping parents to help their children.
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