Child and Adolescent Services
In addition to managing symptoms related to childhood and adolescent psychological diagnoses,
the following services are also provided.
Common Child and Adolescent Difficulties
ADD/ADHD Anger Management Anxiety Asperger's Syndrome
Autism Spectrum Disorder Behavior Management Bullying Depression
Grief Self-control Self-esteem Self-image
Self-injury Social skills Stress Trauma related disorders
Conduct disorders Coping skills Sensory stimulation needs Attention/focus
Impulse control Communication Emotion expression Emotion regulation
Children communicate and learn through the language of toys and play. Helping children to effectively communicate through language instead of behaviors is an important step in self-management.
Many children struggle with attention and focus, which can contribute to difficulties with self-regulation and behavior management. Helping children to understand their sensory needs and their sensory distractions can help them to better self-manage distractions and increase their attention and focus.
Through Play with a Purpose, children can discover their strengths and learn how to draw upon them for self-regulation and behavior management. Children are never too young to learn the connection between thinking, feeling, and doing.