Individual or Family Therapy
Modalities include evidence-based therapies and techniques such as play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), filial therapy, solution-focused therapy, exposure and response prevention, mindfulness, behavioral strategies, and parent coaching.
PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL EVALUATIONS
Emotional, Behavioral, Developmental, Cognitive, Learning
Goals include to identify strengths and needs, provide a diagnosis if warranted, and provide recommendations or suggestions for accommodations.
Social Skills, Executive Function, Coping Skills, Study Skills, Parent Coaching, Support Groups
Groups run periodically throughout the year. Group information will be posted in the provider page under the provider currently running the group.
Special education advocacy services include working with an individual who is knowledgable about various domains (special education services, IDEiA, child and adolescent development, strategies and interventions for various needs, etc.) to serve as a guide and communicator to help you navigate and understand the special education/IEP/ARD or 504 process. The advocate may also attend meetings with you to help advocate for relevant recommendations or services based on your child's needs.