SERVICES WE OFFER
- Neuropsychological Evaluations for ages 5 to 21 (limited for younger or slightly older).
- Pediatric Psychology (psychotherapy services children and their parents ages 5 to 17).
- Psychotherapy for Young Adults for ages 18 and above for individuals transitioning to adulthood to help with coping to adjustment to adulthood, career counseling, adjustment to illness or disability, anxiety, depression, and other emotional concerns.
- Psychotherapy for Parents and Parent Behavior Management Coaching for parents and caregivers of children experiencing behavioral issues or other disabilities to help with coping and also coaching to improve behavior.
- Also offer executive Functioning Coaching & Academic Tutoring (for all subjects but especially for special learners and kids with learning disabilities).
- Functional Vocational Evaluation for transition age high school students and young adults.
- Psychovocational Evaluation for young adults and college students with disabilities.
- Psychological evaluation (must have occurring medical condition).
- Consultation with schools (IEP meeting attendance) and medical teams.
- Academic (Learning disability) Evaluations, ADHD evals. Gifted Evaluations.
- Telehealth (for therapy and evaluation interviews/feedback appts. Inperson testing only.
Serving Children and Families with Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, Intellectual Disability, Brain Injury, Concussion, Cancer Survivors or Current Patients (Hematology/Oncology), Sickle Cell Disease, Genetic Disorders, Deaf/Hard of Hearing.
We are proudly an LGBTIQ Affirmative Provider.
The Conditions We Treat
Our team accepts referrals from medical providers, and from individuals and families themselves, to assess how a child’s or adolescent’s condition or disability is or could be affecting their thinking, learning, and behavior. We see children or adolescents, whose medical illness or disability is impairing their thinking or disrupting their growth and development.
The children, teens, and young adults that we see typically have the following developmental conditions or disabilities:
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Past or Present “Blood” Disorders, Conditions, or Cancers, including Sickle Cell Disease
We also treat other developmental conditions and disabilities not listed above, so if your child or adolescent has a condition or disability that is or could be affecting their growth and development, it is important to get them evaluated as quickly as possible.