Therapy and Support

Kids

Have you noticed drastic changes in your child’s behavior or mood? Sometimes, these changes are warning signs that your child might benefit from seeing a professional to discuss their feelings about what’s going on their life.  Many kids benefit from talking to someone about issues like bullying, stress at school, divorce, or peer pressure. Therapy can help kids to develop problem-solving skills and work through the stress they are experiencing. It is important that your child feels comfortable, which is why our therapists are experienced and trained to work specifically with kids and families.

Teens

Teenage years can be challenging for both teens and their parents. This period of time can be confusing as a teen transitions from childhood to adulthood. Issues related to gender identity, substance abuse, parental conflict, peer pressure, friendship and break-ups are all common concerns that our staff are prepared to talk about. We are also experienced in helping teens work through general mental health concerns like anxiety or depression in a safe and relaxed environment.

Couples

Spouses or partners work under the guidance of a therapists to identify areas of conflict and imbalance. Our therapists will be sensitive to your concerns and focus on how to best meet your relationship goals. They can also provide ideas on how to weave what you learn in therapy into your daily family life.

Families

We can help you identify issues and work towards solutions within your family system. We know that with support and guidance, families can get back on the right track to being resilient and healthy.

Our team will evaluate your family’s specific needs and plan the best treatment approach to address the issues you and your family are facing.

Topics addressed include:

  • Changes in family structure
  • Parenting children with behavioral disorders or problem behaviors
  • Drug or alcohol use
  • Blended or non-traditional families
  • DCS and court-involved families
  • Domestic violence and abuse
  • Arguing and frustration
  • Grief and loss
  • Sexual abuse and assault
  • Suicide and self-harm
  • Families with LGBTQ parents and/or children

Our team will evaluate your family’s specific needs and plan the best treatment approach to address the issues you and your family are facing.