"Life is not about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself." --Lolly Daskal
Adolescent Therapy is with individuals between the ages of 10 and 19 years old. Adolescence can be a very difficult time when we are trying to find our way in the world or just trying to hold things together in order to meet the goals and expectations others have for us. Our goal is to help these young adults learn and develop skills to help them transition into adulthood and effectively resolve the problems they are facing and will face. Whether they were a straight A student that is now failing or an adolescent that can not seem to keep themselves out of trouble, we are dedicated to working with them in order to help them resolve those concerns and become productive and effective members of society. We also work very closely with schools in the local area in order to address a wide range of needs the youth and family may have. All of the different types of therapy are outlined in Individual Therapy often apply to Adolescence plus more so, please contact us for more information.
We offer a diversity of services to support children and their families. Children ages 2-10 years old, can show their emotions and feelings in ways that are difficult to understand. We work very closely with families to help them understand and work with the child to better manage these emotions and behaviors. We work closely with the local schools to help parents with IEP plans and as a support structure. We work to address a range of issues, including but not limited to, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, body image issues, relationship issues, peer difficulties, bullying, school issues, family issues, unresolved past traumas, divorce, moving, new siblings, grief and loss, emotional regulation, ADD/ADHD, and interpersonal difficulties. One of the biggest treatments being pushed by our state right now is Parent Child Interaction Therapy or PCIT. This is a service that we can offer, if you would like additional information about PCIT please feel free to click here.