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Individual and Family Therapy

Individual, Conjoint and Family Therapy:


We offer individual treatment and parent-child (dyadic) treatment for children and adolescents, as well as individual parent consultation meetings for a wide range of mental health concerns and life stressors. Family therapy is available.

The Attachment Clinic

“The Attachment Clinic”, Biological Parent-Infant Group:

 This group is designed for the biological parents and infants that have been placed in out of home care. Utilizing monitored visits, biological parents learn developmental milestones, how to promote the acquiring of skills, bonding and attachment, as well as engagement in a group environment class that is led weekly by therapists. Parents must sign monitor agreement allowing our staff to be the monitor during the group and agreeing to abide by the monitored group rules. This is an excellent opportunity for biological parents to get to know their infant and to form a secured attachment.

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— Tara, 14 years old

"The feeling when you finally open up and instead of feeling awful, you feel like you are YOU for the first time and that some actually sees YOU!"

Social Skills Building Group

We offer groups for elementary age children and high school age children that are being or have been bullied at school or in the community. Our counselors discuss safety strategies, problem solving skills, mediation techniques, self esteem and other key issues. This is a fun, dynamic, interactive group! This peer facilitated group is designed to include improvisational skills, public speaking, assertiveness training, and basic social skills.

The Apple and The Tree

“The Apple and The Tree”, Parent-Adolescent Group:

This group is a two-hour weekly group to navigate parent-child relationships, fortify the family bond, increase self-awareness, increase conflict resolution among parents and their children. The group is composed of one hour of parent-child group and one hour of “break away” group in which adolescents and parents are in separate groups.

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Survivor Clinic for Sexual Abuse Teens

"Survivor Clinic" for Sexual Abuse Teens

Teen survivors are a diverse group, from a 13-year-old boy who was abused as a preschooler to a pregnant 18-yearold who is living with her sexually abusive partner. Survivors may be from any ethnic or cultural group and have diverse sexual orientations and gender identities. The adolescent years are a challenging time of rapid physical, emotional, and intellectual growth for all young people. Teens who have experienced sexual abuse or assault face additional challenges that can divert them from mastering the important developmental tasks of this stage. The shame and distress that many teen survivors experience can lead to disrupted relationships (with friends, parents, and partners), distortions of body image, mood disorders, substance abuse, and other concerns that carry their own severe consequences. In the healing atmosphere of a support group, teen survivors can learn that the abuse was not their fault, that they can be whole and happy, and that they can have hope for the future. Teens’ natural inclination to bond with their peers can help them to form supportive relationships with other group members.

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