Counseling Services

Child & Adolescent Therapy

Play Therapy

The use of play and other non-verbal techniques as a means of enhancing a child’s confidence, trust and ability to communicate (see “What is Play Therapy?” tab)

Art Therapy

The use of art media (paint, clay, collage, etc.) to assist in expressing & resolving their conflicts.  Also helps promote self expression and build confidence

Sand Tray Therapy

The use of a sand tray and miniature figurines to express relationships, resolve conflicts and traumas by externalizing and developing a sense of mastery


The use of children’s literature to normalize a child’s experiences, reduce a sense of isolation and teach alternative strategies to solving problems

Client/Person-Centered Therapy

A nondirective form of talk therapy, guiding clients in subtle ways to achieve their full potential

Solution-Focused Therapy

A form of talk therapy that is future-focused, goal-directed, and emphasizes solutions, rather than on the problems that bring clients to seek therapy

Parenting Support

Child Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT)

10 sessions that train parents to be therapeutic agents with their own children in a supervisory and supportive atmosphere; includes didactic instruction, demonstration play sessions & required at-home play sessions

Family Play Therapy

Working as a supporting unit to learn about each other, communicate, resolve conflict, and build relationships

Parenting Consultation

Adults only session to problem solve current concerns at home, learn basic play therapy skills, and improve your relationship with your child

School Consultation

Meeting with school professionals to disclose concerns and provide tools to better help your child function throughout the day.  Can include classroom observations, parent/teacher conferences, 504 & IEP meetings.

Home Consultation

Visit to your home to observe patterns of behavior and help create a safe, predictable routine that works for your family while improving your child’s compliance

Group Therapy (4-8 members)


Develop skills around a particular concern, discuss experiences and participate in experiential activities to help apply the skills being taught


Identify and explore emotions, give and receive support and practice healthy ways of relating to others