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Child & Adolescent Therapy

Being a kid can be hard when you’re navigating social, emotional, and behavioral changes. We’re here to help. We work with children and adolescents ages 3-20. We can support your child with talk, play or art therapy through a number of challenges, including but not limited to:

  • Anxiety, stress, and persistent worry

  • Anger and aggression

  • Abuse

  • Bullying

  • Body image and self-esteem problems

  • Behavioral problems

  • Depression, sadness, or general unhappiness

  • Grief, loss, & bereavement

  • Parent-child relationship problems

  • Separation anxiety

  • Social difficulties

  • Self-harming & suicidal thoughts

  • School refusal

  • Trauma

What do we do?

We use a combination of evidence-based treatments including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), play therapy, and art therapy.

The first session is between the parent(s) and the therapist, without the child. The purpose of this session is for us to gather information that will help us assess, diagnose, or treat your child.

The second session begins with the parent, child, and therapist. Confidentiality is discussed and the limits are established. After this occurs, the parent(s) are asked to wait in the reception while the therapist and child meet.

Parents play a crucial role in this process, so we are here to support you too. Learn more about our parenting services.