Children & Adolescents

We can assist you with:


Assessments and Therapy

For concerns such as Anxiety, Autism, ADHD, Anger issues, Academic issues, Social issues, Dyslexia, Motor coordination, Feeding/eating issues and Sensory processing issues.


Early Intervention and Occupational Therapy

  • Early Developmental Screeners
  • School Readiness Assessments and Groups

Professional Reports

Individual professional reports to assist with school and receiving additional support.


Communication with Educators and other Allied Health Providers

We work closely and collaboratively with educators and other health providers so we are all on the same page!

early childhood intervention

Individual Therapy

Work 1:1 with your therapist who’s focused on improving your quality of life.

Tailored Rooms

Our rooms are designed to respond to the varying needs of our clients.                              

Quality Reports

We are the leader on the coast and well known for our comprehensive reports.

Why Choose Us


Qualified Neuroaffirming Clinicians


45+ Years of combined experience


Client focused, strengths based approaches


Collaborative Allied Health Team

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Benefits of Service

Child and Adolescent Therapy

Therapy can provide numerous benefits for children’s mental and emotional well-being. Here are some of the key benefits of therapy for children:

Emotional support: Therapy offers a safe and supportive environment where children can express their thoughts, feelings, and concerns. They can develop a trusting relationship with a therapist who can help them navigate difficult emotions and experiences.

Improved coping skills: Therapists work with children to develop effective coping strategies to deal with stress, anxiety, anger, or other challenging emotions. They learn healthier ways to manage their emotions, which can lead to improved resilience and emotional regulation.

Enhanced problem-solving abilities: Therapy helps children develop problem-solving skills and learn how to make better decisions. They can explore different perspectives and develop critical thinking skills to handle challenges effectively.

Increased self-esteem and self-confidence: Through therapy, children can gain a better understanding of themselves, their strengths, and their unique qualities. Therapists provide validation, encouragement, and positive reinforcement, which can boost self-esteem and self-confidence.

Improved communication skills: Therapy provides a platform for children to improve their communication skills, both verbal and non-verbal. They can learn to express themselves effectively, articulate their needs and concerns, and develop healthier relationships with peers, parents, and others.

Resolving trauma and emotional wounds: Children who have experienced traumatic events or emotional wounds can benefit from therapy. Therapists trained in trauma-focused approaches can help children process their experiences, reduce the impact of trauma, and promote healing.

Academic and behavioral improvement: Therapy can address issues that may affect a child’s academic performance or behavior. By addressing underlying emotional or psychological challenges, therapy can help children overcome obstacles and thrive in various aspects of their lives.

Strengthening family relationships: Therapy often involves family sessions, allowing parents and other family members to participate in the child’s treatment. It can improve family dynamics, enhance communication, and foster a more supportive and understanding family environment.

Early intervention and prevention: Therapy can identify and address potential issues at an early stage, preventing them from escalating into more significant problems. Early intervention can promote healthy development and equip children with valuable skills and tools for their future.

It’s important to note that therapy approaches may vary depending on the child’s age, specific needs, and the expertise of the therapist.