Children and adolescent therapy means your child or teen will be seeing a therapist for 50 minutes once, twice, or three times a week depending on your needs. Your child or teen and your therapist will focus on your child or teen’s troubles and concerns, develop a treatment plan, and work towards achieving goals.
Typically, children and adolescents see a therapist due to common concerns such as depression, anxiety, acting out, or ADD/ADHD.
Dealing with addiction can be a very private, lonely journey. Our Addiction Specialists have trained to help you deal with addiction, the consequences, and help you to rebuild relationships with family, friends, coworkers, and acquaintances. We’ve found that pairing therapy with addiction efforts can lead to better chances of sobriety and prolonged recovery.