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Services

Parenting Education

Involves guidelines on handling problematic behaviors of children and adolescents tailored to each family. The format commonly involves the parent(s) and the child in a problem-solving format. STEP Parenting education is also available.

Group Psychotherapy

Available for children, adolescents, and adults experiencing common concerns who can benefit from the assistance of peers and professionals.

Military Families

The experiences of separation, mobility and regimentation can be difficult for any family. Experts sensitive to these issues are available for individual, relationship or family concerns.

Sex Therapy

Provides a format to treat difficulties in sexual intimacy. This concern often involves a greater depth of interpersonal exploration than is first evident, and may utilize individual as well as couple's therapy.

Community Education

Community education services are focused on preventive health care. Seminars and speakers are provided to share expertise on a variety of topics. A quarterly newsletter on a variety of topics is sent mainly to professionals in the community. Many self-help handouts cover tips on coping in dozens of areas.

Child Psychology

Services are provided for children ages two through twelve experiencing behavioral and emotional difficulties usually occurring at home, school or with peers. This approach routinely involves individual treatment and close coordination with parents and school personnel. Specialized services for children also include Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) screening and treatment.

Adolescent Psychology

Services are provided for teenagers and their families with concerns such as drugs, moving toward adulthood, peer relationships, rebellion, and self-esteem. Treatment approaches often involve individual, group or family therapy. American Foundation for Drug Prevention educational materials are available for parents. We also provide the Drug Free Family Pak Program educational materials as appropriate for treatment planning.

Adulthood Psychology

Provides guidance and therapy for concerns of intimacy, identity and vocational direction. The format usually involves working in a one-to-one relationship with a psychotherapist and can include significant other persons.

Later adult issues often involve concerns for personal productivity, successful parenting and continuing intimacy. This treatment can involve individual, couple or family psychotherapy. Issues of grief and loss are often pertinent subjects in later life as well.

Psychological and Intellectual Assessment

Provides for an extensive analysis and diagnosis of a wide variety of personality and learning conditions for adults and children. Assessment is often used in treatment and education planning or can be provided for other agencies.

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