Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health
As young people grow and develop their own identities, they may experience challenges like poor self-esteem, depression, aggression, family conflict, deviant behavior, poor impulse control, or a combination of these and other issues. Our child therapists help youth and their families face these obstacles and instill faith, hope, and confidence that they can achieve their full potential.
As children grow it is often difficult to know what "normal" behavior is. You may both be confused about your child's behavior and emotions and what it means for your family. Having your child see a therapist can seem scary and intimidating for both you and your child but our licensed, professional, therapists can help. We have several therapists specifically trained to work with children, adolescents, and their families in a professional, caring, confidential setting.
Areas of concern addressed include, but are not limited to:
- School concerns
- Grief and loss
- Family conflict
- Divorce and other family transitions
- Behavioral problems
- Adoption/attachment issues
Call 715-723-5585 for a free consultation.