Behavioral therapy is founded on the belief that most behaviors are learned and can be modified. The focus of behavioral therapy is to increase the frequency of desired behavior while decreasing behaviors that impair the children psychosocial functioning. Behavioral therapy is highly effective with children with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, and many other diagnoses.
The goal of physical therapy is to restore or improve children’s mobility. Physical therapy is provided to children with physical disabilities or injuries.
Speech therapy aids children in improving their language acquisition, clarity, articulation and overall delivery of verbal communication. Speech therapy is provided to children with a language delay or impairment in order to improve their speech abilities.
Occupational therapy assists children in the rehabilitation and acquisition of skills needed for daily life, including school, social interactions, and self-care routines.
Psychotherapy is focused on the social, behavioral, emotional, and cognitive well-being of your the child. Psychotherapy includes play therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), narrative therapy, psychodynamic, among others.
Parent training is available to parents who would like to increase their knowledge and techniques to effectively interact with their children, improve their child’s behavior, and have a fulfilling parent-child relationship.