Many adolescents benefit from speaking with a therapist as they learn to navigate through the many challenges of life. For adolescents/young adults ages 13-21, services mold to the needs of each individual to learn to overcome obstacles, improve self-confidence, and establish a sense of purpose.
Play Therapy is an empirically proven approach to help children engage in positive self-expression. For children ages 2-12, play therapy can help children learn to change behaviors, develop problem-solving skills, and improve relationships with others.
Parenting is hard--especially when you have a child with emotional needs. Parent support provides an outlet for you, as a parent, to process your experiences and gain skills to manage your child's behaviors better. Child-Parent Relationship Training will strengthen your relationship with your child, increase their self-confidence, and improve overall relationship dynamics.