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Therapy in languages other than English

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Who We Help

Children and Adolescents

At the Feeling Good Wellness Center, some of our therapists serve the younger population of children ages 5 – 12. Therapeutic options enhance the toolbox of methods offered to our younger clients and include techniques from play therapy, narrative therapy, and emotion and behavior skills training.

For adolescents, privacy and respect are very important at the outset of the therapeutic relationship. We also recognize that it is important for the client to want help for a problem, since a pre-teen or teenager who is made to attend therapy generally does not predict a positive outcome for therapeutic helpfulness. Thus our therapists prioritize a relationship of mutual respect and collaboration to work toward effective and desired outcomes with adolescent clients.

Areas covered include:

  • Anxiety and mood problems
  • School-related behavioral and social problems
  • Psychological testing to rule out Autism Spectrum and other neurological issues
  • Eating disorders
  • Chronic Pain Syndrome
  • Academic stress
  • School and life transitions from elementary through college