Services for Children. 

 Commonly Addressed Areas:   

  • Emotional Dysregulation

  • School Phobia

  • Anger Management

  • Anxiety / Depression

  • Stress Management

  • Learning Problems

  • Selective Mutism

  • Autism and Development Delays

  • Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD)

  • Sexual Abuse

  • Separation / Divorce

  • Behavior Problem

  • Loss / Grief

  • Pain Management

  • Personal Injury

     

 

Assessment/Treatment:
 

  • Comprehensive Psychological and Psychoeducational Assessments
    - Learning Disability
    - ADHD

     

  • Functional Behavior Assessments
     

  • Giftedness 
     

  • Autism Assessment:
    - Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
    - Intensive Behavioral Intervention (IBI)

    These modalities involve a comprehensive program for teaching children linguistic, cognitive, social, and daily functional skills

Psychoeducational

When your child is struggling academically despite your efforts and the schools' attempts for remediation, a psychoeducational assessment will help to find out the underneath causes for such difficulties.


 

The psychoeducational assessment consists of standardized psychological measures that will look into your child’s; 

Cognitive abilities: intelligence, memory, processing speed, visuomotor skills, planning, and organization

Academic skills: reading, spelling, writing, oral language, expressive-receptive language, mathematical skills. 


 

After completion of the test, the psychologist will meet with you and your child for a feedback session and provide you with a copy of the report. Recommendations will be made for school programming and placements.

2

Functional Behavior Assessment

There are many reasons a child misbehaves. The FBA identifies significant social, affective, cognitive, and environmental factors associated and the occurrence or non-occurrence of specific behaviors.

 

Our behavior therapist will provide an observation session at home, daycare, or school and parenting training. Parents will learn appropriate strategies for dealing with difficult behaviors.


For the initial consultation please download our questionnaire for children ages 2 +.

3

Play therapy

The therapeutic modality employed with children ages 3 through 12 provides a way for them to express their experiences through a natural, self-guided and self-healing process.
 

The goal of play therapy is to prevent and resolve psychological challenges. It is also used as a diagnostic tool.

4

Group Therapy

We offer Group therapy for children suffering from anxiety disorders ages 6 - 9, 12 - 14, 15 - 17 (parents participation required). 
 

  • Social skills group for children with autism and behavior management difficulties.

  • Pain Management for adults

  • Cancer Survivors

 

If you are interested in participating in these groups please give us a call at (647) 972-1112 or email us at valdalopo@rogers.com.