Serving children of all ages, infants, toddlers, school aged, teens and college students (0-21years old).
Below are common concerns of parents who bring their children to therapy:
Infants (0-2): Parents wanting to strengthen their attachment and bond with their new baby, including premies, families via adoption, or parents struggling with postpartum depression.
Preschoolers: difficulties with transitions, separating from parent, sleeping alone, fears, excessive temper tantrums, life changes (divorce, move etc).
Children (Elementary age): Academic struggles, constant worries or fears, difficulty regulating emotions (anger outbursts, crying outbursts), sleep difficulties, social difficulties, behavior issues, ADHD, self esteem, life changes (divorce, moves, grief).
Early Teens (Middle School): Difficulties balancing academic demands and social (peers) demands, mood/hormonal changes due to puberty, cyberbullying, behavior issues, self-esteem, ADHD, life changes (divorce, moves, grief), depression and anxiety.
Teenagers (High School): Academic performance, lack of motivation, stress, college planning, self-esteem, difficulties communicating and getting along with parents, irritable/moody, relationships (dating and friendships), at-risk behaviors, depression, anxiety, cutting (self harming).
Recent High School Grads & College Students: Time management, motivation, study skills, adjusting to being away from family/ being independent, anxiety or depression.
Online Counseling/TeleMental Health: Available to parents with busy schedules and colleges students living on campus anywhere in Florida.