Child Services (ages 0 - 12)
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Psychotherapy

Welcome! So glad you're committed to your child's well-being! Our Clinicians often say "Every child benefits from therapy, some kids need it." So, let's get your child the benefits... and see what he/she needs.

 

Child Psychotherapists require specialized training and experience. For instance, children ages  6 and 16 years old will vary significantly in development phase, communication and comprehension abilities. Therapy tends to take between 12 - 50 sessions, sometimes more, sometimes less... sometimes it involves the parent in the child's session, and sometimes the child alone with the Clinician and parent(s) in separate consultation. Click here to learn more...

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about when to refer a

child for psychotherapy

Parent-Child Psychotherapy

It's wonderful you're considering Parent-Child psychotherapy for you and your child! It's often common that the relationship between the parent and child benefits from attention. Instead of focusing solely on parenting techniques or solely on children's problems, child-parent therapy focuses on the interactions between the parent and child as a resource for well-being. In addition, Parent-Child psychotherapy is a useful way for parents to learn how to extend the benefits of CBT from the session and into the home - what we refer to as 'therapeutic parenting'. Click here to learn more...

Parent Consultation

Bravo for making it this far on your quest for what's right for your child's well-being! Our Clinicians frequently suggest consultation when you are not sure whether to do therapy, coaching, or another process in order to help your child with a specific problem. A parent consultant will help identify the key information and aid you in making a decision about next steps - called an ACTION PLAN. Click here to learn more...

Family Therapy

High-five for your devotion to your family! Our Clinicians frequently suggest family therapy when the whole family system needs healing, reconnecting and a refocus on a healthier way of working together. A family therapist will help identify the key information and aid you ALL in more family harmony. Sometimes this involves the whole family, sometimes to start, there are different elements of the family system getting attention first (i.e. 'sibling therapy' or 'co-parenting therapy' or parent-children therapy'. Click here to learn more...

CBT-based Skills Training Group

Bravo for making it this far on your quest for what's right for your child's well-being!

 

Dr. Hartman often recommends a CBT-based Skills Training Group for kids as one of those valuable 'growing-up' experiences, whether as part of treatment and/or for enrichment.

Click here to learn more our 'Confidence + Coping' Clubs/Camps...

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