We offer thoughtful and detailed psychiatric evaluation, individual and family therapy, psychological and psychoeducational testing and academic coaching, individual and family therapy, psychological and psychoeducational testing, academic coaching and conservative, evidence-based treatment with medication.

Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Evaluation

A typical evaluation in our practice takes two to four hours and includes separate interviews with the parents and child, along with ample time for discussion of diagnostic impressions and treatment options. New patients are usually seen within 7-14 days of a family’s initial contact.

Individual and Family Counseling

Our clinicians assist you in understanding your child’s behavior while working with you and your child to make healthier choices and learn better tools and strategies for managing future challenges.A short description of your company and the services you offer.

Psychoeducational and Psychological Testing

A complete educational assessment typically involves six to eight hours of testing time over several visits, time for report writing and discussion of results with the student, parents and educators.

Academic Coaching

Academic Coaching helps students develop and strengthen essential organizational and time management skills, resulting in increased productivity, confidence and decreased stress. Academic Coaching is not subject matter tutoring, but the teaching of transferable skills that can be applied throughout a lifetime.

Medication Management

Our practice takes a conservative, evidence-based approach to prescribing medication for children and teens. Our goal is to use as little medication as possible for as short a period as possible. When appropriate, our physicians are open to “de-prescribing” – the thoughtful and deliberate process of discontinuing or reducing the dose of medications that may no longer be of benefit or eliminating medication that may be exacerbating a child’s emotional or behavioral concerns.


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