Mental Health Therapy
Therapeutic Services allow children to process their experience in a safe, supportive environment. Children participate in individualized interventions designed to reduce the harmful effects of the trauma they have experienced. While working with their therapist, children develop healthy coping skills, gain self-confidence, learn to understand and effectively express emotions, and are able to identify and draw on their own strengths to leave them better equipped to handle life’s challenges.
Children between the age of 2 and 18 who have experienced a trauma may be referred for therapy. In addition, siblings of those children are eligible for services.
Specialized therapy services available include:
- Play Therapy
- ITCT: Integrative Treatment for Complex Trauma
- TF-CBT: Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- AF-CBT: Alternative for Families Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- TGCT-A: Trauma and Grief Component Therapy for Adolescents