A therapist will work with parents and children together to address behavioral and emotional concerns. Services can be delivered in the home to help families overcome disruptive behavior, heal from traumatic experiences and soothe emotional distress. Your child may benefit from services if any of the following are present: excessive crying, difficulty feeding or sleeping, nightmares or fears, significant problems in social interactions with peers, siblings or adults at home or in daycare/preschool, extreme anger or aggression, exposure to violence or trauma in the home/community or family stress (financial, divorce, homelessness, death). Families can self refer by contacting our intake department.
Therapeutic services for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their caregivers include the following Evidence Based Practices; Child-Parent Psychotherapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, The Incredible Years, and Positive Parenting Program. These programs are designed to nurture the relationship between the child and their caregiver. It's that critical relationship that is the foundation for behavioral change.
For more information on other Parent Enrichment programs, please visit our Birth to 5 page.