Mental Health Counseling
We specialize in counseling children, adolescents, and parents. Generate your customized intervention from the recommended blueprint outlined below. While there's no one-size-fits-all approach to counseling, this one-of-a-kind design to building a foundation for your child and family can be successfully applied to any of life's stressors. Click on the pictures at the bottom of this page to learn more specific details about how this approach might look with some common struggles.
Here are the steps we may take to ensure emotional health for your child:
Gain comfort and confidence in articulating thoughts and feelings.
Learn the key parts of the brain and the science behind how they influence thoughts, feelings, and behavior.
Develop coping skills to respond to stressors with greater clarity.
Grow critical thinking and problem solving skills to make better choices.
Here are the steps we may take to ensure emotional health for your family:
Create a unique family mission statement that establishes clear expectations and boundaries in your home.
Design a parenting philosophy that fits your family’s values and vision.
Learn specific strategies to guide your child to make associations between what they are thinking, how they are
feeling, and the way they are acting.
Draft a discipline methodology aimed at reinforcing skills learned in counseling.
Here are the steps we may take to ensure your family experiences lasting emotional health through all of life's stages:
Ensure expectations and boundaries are clear, consistent, and respected.
Tweak discipline methodology as needed to maintain engagement and effectiveness.
Strengthen specific strategies to help guide your child in managing their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
Generate mindfulness activities your entire family can benefit from to remain calm and in control.
Practice reflection and gratitude as an additional approach for critical thinking and mindfulness.
Click on the pictures to learn more specific details about how this approach might look with some common struggles.
My child struggles with feeling anxious, worried, or stressed...
My child struggles with focus, attention, or executive functioning skills...
My child struggles with feeling sad, depressed, or has low self-esteem...
My child struggles with hyperactivity, self-regulation or sensory processing...
My child struggles with feeling mad, angry, or has behavioral outbursts...
I am struggling with parenting...