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  Available Services

  • Medication Management: 
    • The use of medication to manage symptoms of anxiety, depression, mood swings,  and attention as well as other symptoms. This is usually used in conjunction with talk therapy.

  • Individual Therapy for Children & Adolescents:
    • This therapy helps identify emotions, and thoughts that cause emotional pain so that they can be addressed using self regulating techniques. In addition, parent counseling helps develop strategies to de-fuse or anticipate and avoid episodes of emotional dysregulation in children and adolescents
    • Short-Term Psychotherapy: Short-term treatment is typically more goal-oriented than long-term therapy and tends to focus on specific challenges. Short-term therapy tends to last from about 1-10 sessions, or 1-3 months. The therapist would assess your needs at the first session and determine if you would be a candidate for short-term therapy.
    • ASAP Intake Evaluations: We have immediate openings for Intake Evaluations. Intake sessions are 60min long and are used to establish treatment goals and short-term solutions. Intake appointments are available during the day (M-F, 9-2pm) and are a good opportunity to receive an assessment as soon as possible. After intake, you would return to the waitlist until a weekly or biweekly therapy slot opened with one of our clinicians that matches your schedule availability. Intakes can be seen in-person or via Telehealth.​​​


  • Family Therapy:
    • This is the use of counseling to address family dysfunction and communication. Combinations of child alone, child parent, parent alone, siblings, are used to assess conflict and offer solutions to all members of the family.


  • Parent Counseling:
    • This is specifically addressed to parents to help them develop more effective coping strategies to deal with oppositional behavior, ADD, ADHD, ASD, or Conduct Disorders. These strategies are based on long standing psychological techniques and evidenced based interventions.

  • Neurodevelopmental and Psychological Testing

    • A neurodevelopmental evaluation gives information about how a child is learning, growing, and developing over time. The goal of the evaluation is to assess all aspects of your child’s development including language, cognition, motor and social skills.

    • Psychological testing is the basis for mental health treatment. These tools are often used to measure and observe a person's behaviors, emotions, and thoughts. Tests are performed by a psychologist who will evaluate the results to determine the cause, severity, and duration of your symptoms of your child’s development including language, cognition, motor and social skills. 

Individual Therapy
Psychoeducational evaluation
Parent Counselling
Family Therapy
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