Adolescents and younger children will always have better and worse moments, but when you see significant changes in mood or behavior, your child may be struggling with an emotional or mental health problem that needs professional attention. These behaviors can take many forms, some more severe than others, including:

We help parents better understand emotional and mental health symptoms in their children and what they can do to help. Mental health counseling and psychotherapy can reduce destructive behaviors and patterns of thought in children, increasing impulse control and cultivating healthy attitudes and healthier behavioral routines.

We work closely with families to relieve the sources and symptoms of emotional distress while developing their capacity to cope with emotional and mental health conditions.