Our aim is to provide high-quality treatment to children, teens, young adults and families exhibiting a wide range of behavioral and emotional difficulties.
Our approach is compassionate and collaborative and treatment is carefully matched to the needs of each unique individual and family. Therapists are trained to provide the most effective, evidence-based treatment approaches, some of which include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness-based interventions, and behavior therapy. While we offer individual therapy for children, teens and young adults, we often emphasize working with parents and other relevant family members to comprehensively address treatment concerns.
We strongly believe in an interdisciplinary approach to treatment. Our therapists have extensive experience participating in school meetings, developing classroom behavior plans, and coordinating academic accommodations. In addition to working directly with schools, we also collaborate with primary care doctors, neurologists, and psychiatrists to ensure continuity of care across all relevant providers.
• Academic underachievement
• Blended Family issues
• Co-Parenting issues
• College adjustment
• Disruptive behavior
• Dysfunctional family relationships
• Emotion regulation difficulties
• Impulse control issues
• Mood disturbances
• Noncompliance at home or school
• Parent-child relationship issues
• School behavior problems
• School refusal
• Sibling conflict
• Social skills deficits
• Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
• Adjustment Disorders
• Autism Spectrum Disorders
• Anxiety Disorders
• Conduct Disorder
• Disruptive Behavior Disorders
• Enuresis (bedwetting)
• Mood Disturbances
• Obsessive Compulsive Disorders (OCD)
• Oppositional Defiant Disorder
• Panic Disorder
• Separation Anxiety
• Social Anxiety
• Specific Phobias
As part of the No Surprises Act, patients who are not using insurance have the right to a Good Faith Estimate for services, which provides information related to the overall cost of treatment. Patients will be provided with fee information for services prior to initiating treatment by their clinician. Throughout treatment, clinicians will keep patients apprised of the course of treatment and associated fees, which will be primarily determined by medical necessity, clinical need, and treatment goals. For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate or the dispute process, visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises or call 1-800-985-3059.