Therapy can help people of all ages, including children and their caregivers. It provides a safe space, an “outside” perspective, and opportunities to grow and learn. Our therapists have experience with a variety of concerns, such as mood problems, anxiety and fears, behavior issues, parenting challenges, and tantrums. We also help children heal from child sexual abuse and other trauma. We work with children ages 3 and up.

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Adolescence can be a challenging time. Whether your teen is struggling with school or relationships, with figuring out who she is, or making healthy choices, therapy can help. Our team includes therapists who love to work with teens and have experience helping youth who are struggling with depression, anxiety, and more.

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If your child has been sexually abused, exposed to domestic violence, or experienced some other trauma (like a car accident or dog bite), he or she may develop post-traumatic symptoms. Changes in mood, behavior, or personality are totally understandable when a child has had a very scary or even life-threatening experience. All of our therapists have special interest in helping children and teenagers heal from trauma. This includes working with youth in foster care and adoptive homes who have experienced chronic trauma and disrupted attachments.

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A psychological evaluation is a helpful for youth with complex needs, where a clearer picture of their history and treatment needs is needed to direct treatment recommendations. An evaluation can also be helpful when parents or teachers are wondering if a child might have ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) – an accurate diagnosis can guide appropriate treatment

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