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  • Child and Adolescent Therapy

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    You may be wondering whether your child could benefit from child therapy. Children are precious yet complex individuals, and it can be difficult to understand their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors at any stage of their childhood. Our child therapists’ goals are to help you understand your child better and help them learn coping skills, decrease negative thoughts and feelings, and build positive relationships with their peers and family. Our child therapists have the knowledge and experience to help your children THRIVE.


    Is anxiety taking over
    your child's life? Does
    it seem like they are
    worrying about every
    little thing, sometimes
    even having physical
    symptoms of anxiety
    such as nausea?


    Does your child
    seem sad often, suffer
    from low self-esteem,
    or low self-confidence?
    Do they exhibit
    irritability, crying, or
    emotional mood swings
    that are not usually
    like them?

    Behavioral Concerns

    Does your child act out at home or in school, manipulate others, defy authority figures, and exhibit temper tantrums or behavioral outbursts? Are you worried that your child's behaviors will only get worse?

    Anger Management

    Does your child get angry
    easily or exhibit anger
    outbursts that sometimes
    involve screaming,
    hitting, or throwing


    Are you having difficulty managing your child's ADHD behaviors and need tips and strategies to use at home? Some children with ADHD may be constantly in-motion, bouncing off the walls and disrupting others around them.

    Parenting Coaching

    “If only my child had come with an instruction manual!” That’s a thought that most parents have had at some point in their lives. Nothing really prepares you to become a parent...

    Play Therapy

    Young children often have difficulty expressing their feelings and emotions verbally. Play therapy enables therapists to understand children's emotions and help build coping skills through their verbal interactions while "playing".

    Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)

    Cognitive Behavioral
    Therapy or CBT
    is a problem-focused
    form of behavioral
    treatment that is focused
    on building coping skills,
    and reducing negative
    thoughts, feelings,
    and behaviors.

    Eating Disorder

    Are you concerned about your child's eating behaviors?Do they skip meals, or do rigidly restrict food? Adolescents suffering from teenage eating disorders often...

    Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

    Children or teenagers who exhibit severe emotional dyregulation or self-harm behaviors have been shown to benefit from learning DBT techniques.


    Has your child witnessed or experienced a traumatic event? Are they suffering from lingering fear and anxiety? All children may experience very stressful events that affect...