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Therapy for Children

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At our practice, we understand the unique challenges that children face and are dedicated to providing a nurturing environment where they can thrive. If you are feeling concerned for your child and want to provide a safe space for them to creatively and mindfully enhance their coping skills, behavior, emotional regulation, self-esteem, communication, and overall well-being, we are happy to work together with you and your child.

We offer both art therapy and talk therapy, tailored to meet the diverse needs of children. Our approach recognizes that each child brings a unique set of thoughts, emotions, and experiences into therapy. We are committed to meeting them where they are emotionally to continuously provide a stable and safe space.

In our art therapy sessions, children have the opportunity to express themselves creatively through various mediums. This process can be incredibly powerful in helping them articulate feelings and experiences that might be difficult to express verbally. By engaging in art, children can develop greater self-awareness and emotional resilience.

In talk therapy, we create an open and supportive dialogue where children can explore their thoughts and feelings. We use evidence-based techniques to help them develop effective coping strategies, improve communication skills, and build self-esteem. Our goal is to empower children with the tools they need to navigate their world confidently and healthily.

We believe in a collaborative approach, working closely with parents and caregivers to ensure that the therapeutic process is holistic and supportive. Together, we can create a path towards healing and growth, fostering an environment where children feel understood, valued, and capable.

We look forward to working together to provide your child with the support they need to flourish!

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Our specialties include working with children who experience:

Emotional regulation

Attachment concerns

Learning disabilities



Developmental disorders

School-related challenges
Behavioral concerns



Adoption / foster trauma
Loss / Grief
Conflict in relationships
Life changes

Anger management concerns

Phobias and fears



Chronic illness / pain

Sibling rivalry

Divorce / family separation


Social skills development

Social anxiety

“Our task, regarding creativity, is to help children climb their own mountains, as high as possible.  No one can do more.”


Loris Malaguzzi

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