Child and Family

The Child and Family Clinic utilizes evidence based, developmentally appropriate methods to encourage positive behavior and interpersonal interactions in children (3 to 17 years) and their families. Staff members in this clinic also work with childcare facilities, schools, and community based programs to ensure continuity of care and consistency across environments.

Concerns addressed by this clinic include:

  • Social interaction problems
  • Disordered eating patterns
  • Behavioral difficulties
  • Attachment struggles
  • Learning troubles
  • Adjustment
  • Giftedness
  • Adoption
  • Trauma
  • ADHD

Services include:

  • Parenting Seminars
  • Developmental Assessments
  • Community Education & Enrichment
  • School Observations & Consultations
  • Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
  • Managing Behavior & Increasing Appropriate Conduct
  • Interventions for Changes in Routine & Bedtime Difficulties
  • Parent coordination and family mediation