Department of Child Psychiatry, 2nd Medical Faculty, Charles University and University Hospital Motol

  The Children's Psychiatric Clinic deals with the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders in children and adolescents up to 18 years of age. It is the only independent clinical institution in the field of child psychiatry in the Czech Republic. The department is focused on comprehensive outpatient and inpatient pedopsychiatric care in the entire biopsychosocial spectrum and with specialized programs in the field of psychological and psychotherapeutic care. The clinic is known mainly for its results in the diagnosis and treatment of childhood autism and eating disorders. The clinic staff deals with these disorders in more research. Another research focus of the clinic is child psychopharmacology. The most modern approaches to biological and psychotherapeutic treatment of psychiatric diseases are applied in treatment. The clinic is also a teaching base for teaching psychiatry of the 2nd Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague.
doc. MUDr. Iva Dudova, Ph.D. 224 43 3403, 224 43 3402
Head nurse 224 433 405 Secretariat 224 433 400 fax: +224 433 420 XNUMX psychiatrie@fnmotol.cz

Psychiatric clinic is intended for the diagnosis and treatment of activity and attention disorders, autism spectrum disorders, emotional disorders, adaptation disorders, eating disorders, psychosomatic disorders, psychotic disorders and other mental disorders in children and adolescents under 18 years of age.

It is also here Family center, which is focused on family therapy.

Where to find us?

The Children's Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic and the Family Center are located in the building of the Children's Polyclinic, Motol University Hospital, 6th floor, node E.

How to order?

It is possible to order at the ambulance and the Family Center by calling 22443 3840 at the following hours:

Mon - Thu: 7:00 - 11:00 and 13:00 - 15:00

Fri: 7:00 - 11:00

Existing clients please send e-mail requests: psycha@fnmotol.cz

When ordering, it is necessary to report the patient's birth number.

Other contacts:

Doctors:

chief physician of the outpatient clinic: MUDr. Hana Pospisilova tel: 22443 3840

Doctor of the Family Center: MUDr. Lea Brodová tel: 22443 3840

Psychologists:

PhDr. Gabriela Ďurašková phone: 22443 3842 

PhDr. Jaroslava Fabíková tel: 22443 3843

PhDr. Sarka Gjuricova tel: 22443 3840

Mgr. Martina Nečasová tel: 22443 3842

Reception, nurse:

Eva Chovancova tel: 22443 3840

AMBULANCE - OFFICE HOURS:

DOCTORS:

MUDr. Hana Pospíšilová - chief physician of a psychiatric clinic

PONDĚLÍ

7,00 – 11,00

 

Utery

7,00 – 12,00

 

WEDNESDAY

7,00 – 11,30

13,00 – 16,30

THURSDAY

7,00 – 11,30

13,00 – 16,30

FRIDAY

7,00 – 12,00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MUDr. Lea Brodová - doctor of the Family Center

PONDĚLÍ

8,00 - 11,30

13,00 – 14,00

Utery

7,30 - 11,30

13,00 – 18,00

WEDNESDAY

8,00 - 11,30

13,00 – 14,00

THURSDAY

7,30 - 11,30

13,00 – 18,00

PSYCHOLOGISTS:

PhDr. Gabriela Ďurašková

PONDĚLÍ

7,00 - 11,00

13,00 - 17,30

Utery

WEDNESDAY

7,00 - 11,00

7,00-15, 00 

13,00 - 17,30

  

PhDr. Jaroslava Fabíková

PONDĚLÍ

7,15 - 11,30

12,30 – 16,30

Utery

7,15 - 11,30

12,30 – 16,30

WEDNESDAY

7,15 - 11,30

12,30 – 16,30

 

 

 

PhDr. Sarka Gjuricova

Utery

8,30 – 11,30

13,00 – 14,30

WEDNESDAY

8,30 – 11,30

13,00 – 14,30

 

M.Sc. Martina Nečasová

PONDĚLÍ

7,00 - 11,00

13,00 – 15,30

The Children's Psychiatric Clinic deals with the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders in children and adolescents up to 18 years of age. It is the only clinical institution in the field of child psychiatry in the Czech Republic. Children under 6 years of age are accepted accompanied by one of the parents. Depending on the type of disease or disorder, the clinic accepts patients from all over the country. The department is focused on comprehensive pedopsychiatric care, both outpatient and inpatient, in the entire biopsychosocial spectrum, with specialized programs in the field of psychology and psychotherapy. The clinic is known mainly for its results in the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders, eating disorders, psychotic illnesses and childhood suicidality. The clinic staff deals with these disorders in more research. Another research focus of the clinic is child psychopharmacology. The most modern approaches to biological and psychotherapeutic treatment of psychiatric diseases are applied in treatment. Some doctors and psychologists at the clinic are also forensic experts in the field of child and adolescent psychiatry, and the clinic is commissioned to prepare review forensic expert opinions. The clinic is also a teaching base for teaching psychiatry of the 2nd Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague.

Department of Child Psychiatry, 2nd Faculty of Medicine, Charles University and University Hospital Motol,
  V Úvalu 84, 150 06 Prague 5

  tel .: 22443 3400
  fax: 22443 3420
  e-mail: psychiatrie@fnmotol.cz

 

Head:                                  prof. MUDr. Michal Hrdlicka, CSc.

Secretariat:                                         Dagmar Valentová                            tel .: 22443 3401

Chief Medical Officer:  doc. MD Iva Dudová, Ph.D.       tel .: 22443 3403

Head nurse:                                     Radka Raisová                            tel .: 22443 3405

 

Inpatient departments:  Location: pavilion no.8

  • Diagnostic department: 22443 3432
  • Large ground floor department: 22443 3463
  • Large department 1st floor: 22443 3462

Ambulance: Location: Children's Polyclinic, Motol University Hospital, 6th floor, node E

  • Psychiatric outpatient clinic - order: 22443 3840
  • Family therapy - order: 22443 3840

Head of the clinic

prof. MUDr. Michal Hrdlicka, CSc.

22443 3400

Deputy Head

doc. MUDr. Iva Dudova, Ph.D.

22443 3403

Secretariat

Dagmar Valentová

Jana Maslova

22443 3401

22443 3402

Head nurse

Radka Raisová

22443 3405
Chief doctors

MD Jakub Kerner

MD David Kolouch

MD Jiří Koutek, Ph.D.

22443 3450

22443 3468

22443 3458

Clinic doctors

MUDr. and Mgr. Zlata Baraníková

MD Iveta Koblic, Ph.D.

MD Aneta Kultová

MUDr. Adam Mrkvicka

MD Barbora Pilatová

MD Hana Rubanová

MD Tereza Stopková

MD Veronika Wagnerová

MUDr. Sara Wybitulova

22443 3410

22443 3459

22443 3455

22443 3471

22443 3453

22443 3456

22443 3467

22443 3428

22443 3453

Outpatient doctors

MD Lea Brodová

MD Hana Pospíšilová

MD Renata Zámečníková

22443 3840

22443 3840

22443 3840

Clinic psychologists

Doc. PhDr. Jana Kocourková

M.Sc. Adéla Švingerová

Mgr. Lenka Malkova

M.Sc. Markéta Mohaplová

22443 3456

22443 3454

22443 3466

22443 3425

Outpatient psychologists

PhDr. Jaroslava Fabíková

PhDr. Sarka Gjuricova

M.Sc. Martina Nečasová

22443 3843

22443 3840

22443 3842

Clinic therapists

PhDr. Ivana Ciglínová

PhDr. Marina Stejskalová, CSc.

22443 3469

22443 3460

Social workers

Bc. Magdalena Neradova

M.Sc. Jana Severová

22443 3453

22443 3424

The Children's Psychiatric Clinic has 50 beds and is divided into three departments. The smallest ward with ten beds is focused on diagnostics and intensive therapy, and it is possible to provide the patient with constant supervision as needed. The two large wards have twenty beds each and are designed for patients in a stable condition. On them, hospital beds are replaced by couches. In all departments, children spend a lot of time in the common room, which is equipped with various games, a TV and a DVD player. Unlike other inpatient departments of the hospital, the course of the day at the Children's Psychiatric Clinic is more reminiscent of a stay at school in nature. Children have a regular daily and weekly schedule. They get up at seven o'clock in the morning and half past seven on the weekend. After the morning hygiene, a therapeutic community meeting and breakfast take place. The children spend the morning at school under the guidance of special pedagogues from the Primary School at the Motol University Hospital. High school children can take part in, for example, foreign language lessons or self-study. Older children are also offered morning occupational therapy, art therapy and music therapy. After lunch, other therapeutic activities take place, such as individual and group psychotherapy, practice of relaxation techniques and others. If the health condition allows, the regime also includes a stay in the garden or a walk around the hospital. Children can communicate with their parents via their mobile phone. In a stable state, weekend passes to the home environment or, for example, visits to the relevant primary or secondary schools are also a regular part of the treatment.

The Motol Children's Psychiatric Clinic of the Motol University Hospital was founded in 1971 as the clinical base of the then Faculty of Pediatrics, Charles University in Prague. At its birth, Professor MUDr. Jan Fischer, DrSc., Who ran the clinic until 1976. The clinic was established by relocating some staff from the children's department of the Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of General Medicine, Charles University. It was the first and so far the only independent clinical workplace in the field of child psychiatry in the country. The head of the clinic, MUDr. Mgr. Jan Špitz, who developed a psychotherapeutic and family therapeutic approach to pediatric patients in particular. In the years 1976-1984, the head of the clinic was doc. MUDr. Stanislav Drvota, DrSc. An important representative of the field is also doc. Vladimír Hort, MD, CSc., Who ran the clinic from 1984 to 1998. During his tenure, the clinic was moved to a separate pavilion in 1994, more suitable for the needs of child psychiatric patients. The garden of the clinic was also established, and the important Czech artist Professor Kurt Gebauer, a professor of the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, participated in its construction. In 1998, prof. MUDr. Michal Hrdlička, CSc .. In the past, the clinic dealt mainly with the problem of developmental aspects of urination in children, the issue of depression and anorexia nervosa.

The staff of the clinic are members of the Psychiatric Society of the Czech Medical Society of Jan Evangelista Purkyně and its pedopsychiatric section. He regularly participates in scientific professional conferences, where he actively lectures his knowledge in the field. They publish the results of their professional and research activities in professional journals, both Czech and foreign. Among the Czech professional periodicals, these are mainly the journals Czech and Slovak Psychiatry, Czechoslovak Psychology, Czech-Slovak Pediatrics, General Practitioner, Journal of Czech Physicians and others. The staff of the clinic has published their work in foreign journals Neuropsychobiology, British Journal of Psychiatry, International Forum of Psychoanalysis, The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry, Psychopathology, European Psychiatry, European Journal of Psychiatry, European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Psychology Studies, International Journal of Psychiatry in Clinical Practice, American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A, Neuroendocrinology Letters, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Psychopraxis, International Journal of Eating Disorders, Journal of Attention Disorders, Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology, Journal of Early Adolescence, Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, American Journal of Health Behavior; in some of them repeatedly.

Membership in major professional institutions:

Prof. MUDr. M. Hrdlicka, CSc. - member of the Scientific Board of the Czech Medical Chamber and its branch committee for psychiatry, member of the Scientific Board of the 2nd Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, member of the ECNP Scientific advisory panel, member of the expert panel of the Agency for Health Research, and Adolescent Psychiatry, Chairman of the Accreditation Commission of the Ministry of Health for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (2005 - 2015), member of the editorial board of the journals Czech and Slovak Psychiatry, Psychopraxis, Autism-Open Access and member of the advisory board of the European Psychiatry
Prim. MUDr. J.Koutek, Ph.D. - member of the committee of the pedopsychiatric section of the Psychiatric Society of the Czech Medical Association JEP
Doc. MUDr. V. Hort, CSc. - founding member of the European Sleep Association
Doc. PhDr. J. Kocourková - member of the International Psychoanalytic Society
as. MUDr. Iva Dudova, Ph.D. - Vice-Chairwoman of the Accreditation Commission of the Ministry of Health for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (2005 - 2015)

Professional books published by the clinic staff (alphabetically):

Dudová, I., Beranová, Š., Hrdlička, M., Urbánek, T .: CAST - screening test for autism spectrum disorders. 1st ed., Prague, National Institute for Education 2013. 54 pages.

Gjuričová, Š., Kocourková, J., Koutek, J.: Forms of Family Violence. Prague, Vyšehrad 2000. 101 pages

Gjuričová Š, Kubička J .: Family therapy: systemic and narrative approaches. 2., add. and rework. ed., Prague, Grada Publishing 2009. 280 pages

Hosák, L., Hrdlička, M., Libiger, J. et al .: Psychiatry and pedopsychiatry. 1. vyd., Praha, Karolinum 2015. 648 s.

Hort, V., Hrdlička, M., Kocourková, J., Malá, E .: Child and adolescent psychiatry. 1st ed., 2nd ed., Prague, Portal 2000, 2008. 492 pages.

Hrdlička, M., Hrdličková, D .: Dementia and memory disorders. 1st edition, Prague, Grada 1999. 56 pages.

Hrdlička, M .: Electroconvulsive therapy. 1st ed., Prague, Galen 1999. 167 pages.   

Hrdlička, M., Komárek, V. (Eds.): Child autism. 1st ed., Prague, Portal 2004, 208 pages; 2., supplemented ed., Prague, Portal 2014, 212 pages.

Hrdlička, M., Kuric, J., Blatný, M .: Middle age crisis: pitfalls and chances. 1st ed., Prague, Portal 2006. 168 pages.

Kocourková, J. et al. Anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa in childhood and adolescence. Prague, Galen 1997

Koutek J., Kocourkova J., Suicidal Behavior, Prague, Portal 2003. 127 pages

Nielsen Sobotková, V., Blatný, M., Hrdlička, M., Jelínek, M .: Risk and antisocial behavior in adolescence. 1st edition, Prague, Grada 2014. 152 pages.

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