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Child & Adolescent Counseling

Navigating childhood and adolescence can be hard. Typical developmental tasks, parenting expectations, school expectations, and making friends can all create stress and conflict in childhood and adolescents. Children and adolescents can also experience their own mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, or may have experienced traumatic events. If you have concerns about your child, our clinicians can help! Seeking counseling services whether for a specific situation or to identify what might be causing stress and frustration, is a good place to start. Counseling services help caregivers to slow down, support children and adolescents in building healthy relationships, and support families to learn to navigate relationships together. Common referrals reasons include:


  • Caregiver separation or divorce

  • Difficulties with school or friends at school

  • Concerns about academics and grades

  • Diagnosis or concerns for ADHD

  • Anxiety or specific fears

  • Experiencing traumatic events

  • Conflict in relationships with siblings, caregivers, or peers

  • Placement in foster care or post-adoption stress

  • Exploration of gender and sexual identity