Everyone needs help sometimes. Can we help your child behave in school, stay out of trouble, and follow the rules of the house? Do you need help building healthier family relationships?
You are not alone; let us support you
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Individual, Group, and Family Therapy:
Counseling for individuals, groups and families to resolve symptoms of behavioral, emotional, social, and cognitive disorders
An assessment to determine the source of the emotional and behavioral concerns and determine appropriate course of treatment
Individuals and groups learn and practice skills essential to successful child-rearing and healthy family relationships.
Anger and Stress Management:
Individual and group counseling is offered to youths whose anger is out of control and is contributing to problems at school, at work, and in their personal relationships.
prevention, Intervention, and Treatment for Substance Use Disorders:
Intensive Out-Patient group, individual and family services; Assessments and basic education activities to delay the onset of experimentation with drugs and alcohol
Telehealth and school-based behavioral health services are available
- Clients with phones and computers will receive their services via videoconferencing and telephone
- Alternative arrangements will be made for clients without telephone access
- Clinicians are located in approximately 24 DC Public and Public Charter Schools
Community Support Services:
Education, school and community consultation, and services provided in the home, school, and other settings to improve parenting, academic, daily living, and behavioral management skills
Is your child disrupting your home, getting in trouble, and doing poorly in school?
Life Skills and Resilience Services
Recovery Support Services:
A process of change to improve health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach one’s full potential *is this something we can offer children/adolescents?