Dr. Victor Grosu
Top Psychiatrist 2019 (NJ Top Doctor magazine)
Is your child overly stressed or suffering from anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia or depression?
When your child is suffering, acting out, or getting into trouble, your whole family suffers. When your child’s behavior or symptoms begin to negatively affect their daily life at school, at home, and with friends and the lives of everyone in your family—that’s when you need to seek help.
Feeling ready to stop the suffering? Let me help you reach your goals.
My Approach to Child Psychiatry
I strongly believe there is no standard solution for treating mental illness, so I start by spending time to get to know your child. By listening and asking questions, I make an appropriate assessment and devise a treatment plan catered specifically to your child.
While being treated at my practice, your child will be monitored closely so they do not experience side effects and optimal treatment gains are obtained. During treatment, careful attention will be provided to any physical illnesses which often leads to a more appropriate diagnosis and plan of treatment. Only one medication will be changed at a time, and medications will be tapered slowly to minimize any discomfort.
You and your child will be fully educated on risks and benefits of all medications considered and your child will receive the lowest dose required to achieve desired results. All medications will be discontinued, when appropriate.
I am board-certified in both Adult and Child and Adolescent psychiatry having completed specialized training at the North Shore Long Island Jewish School of Medicine. Prior to specializing in Child and Adolescent psychiatry, I received training in Pediatrics at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine which allows me to formulate a more comprehensive understanding of my client’s mental and physical treatment needs.
I have been practicing psychiatry for over 13 years and I am honored to have been recognized by the NJ Top Doctor magazine as a Top Psychiatrist in 2019.
Conditions I Treat
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