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Compassionate Therapy for All Ages

Clinical Comprehensive Assessment

We will meet in our office for our initial intake and assessment appointment. During this process, you will complete and review intake forms and meet with the therapist to share your concerns and questions. Your therapist will then gather the necessary information to determine a diagnosis and the best course of treatment.

Caregivers/patients should bring their insurance card, license, and a form of payment to this appointment. Depending upon the nature of the case, guardianship paperwork and court orders should be brought to the intake and assessment. 

Our Approach

Voice for Children & Nurturing Families is dedicated to promoting evidence-based treatment for successful outcomes and reducing the stigma associated with those receiving services. Our practice philosophy is that our clinicians work collaboratively with families and other community professionals to achieve this goal.

Whether your child has a history of trauma, autism, ADHD, anxiety, depression, or another developmental disorder, our therapists are here to help them develop themselves better socially, academically, and emotionally.


Our patients’ safety, mental health, happiness, well-being, and development are always the top priority.

Our Team of Therapists Specializes in the Following Types of Treatment

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is a journey of personal growth where you or your child can explore challenges and learn new skills for healing and positive change, with family support when helpful.

Group Therapy

Group therapy offers a supportive space to share experiences and learn collectively. Guided by a therapist, participants gain insights and enhance their interpersonal relationships.

Play Therapy

Play therapy uses the natural language of play to help children navigate emotional, behavioral, and cognitive challenges. A licensed therapist will guide your child to express feelings and develop coping strategies, fostering growth and healing.

Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)

Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is a 15-20 session, specialized treatment program designed for caregivers and their young children (up to 10 yrs old) experiencing behavioral and/or emotional difficulties. 

Child-Parent Psychotherapy

Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) treats children ages 0-6 with trauma or mental health issues by strengthening caregiver bonds and improving cognitive, behavioral, and social functioning through integrated therapeutic approaches.


Theraplay is a playful and engaging therapy that strengthens family bonds by enhancing attachment, self-esteem, and trust through structured, nurturing, and challenging interactions between children and caregivers.

Child-Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT)

CPRT enhances the caregiver-child relationship by promoting an authentic bond between the caregiver and child through play. CPRT is the perfect complement to play therapy by extending skills from the therapy room to real life.

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT)

TF-CBT is an evidence-based treatment designed for children ages 3- 18 who have significant behavioral and emotional problems related to complex trauma, depression, anxiety, and/or shame related to their exposure to a traumatic event.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Adolescents (DBT-Adolescent)

This approach tailors treatment to teens' unique challenges, utilizing different therapy approaches like art, music, and mindfulness to foster growth and heal familial relationships.

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing)

EMDR helps process overwhelming life events by using eye movements and techniques to let go of disturbing thoughts, emotions, and sensations. This allows you to move on from the past and feel more present in your life. 

Parent Programs

Parenting a child with behavioral challenges is tough and often isolating. We offer support, education, and strategies to enhance your empathy and patience, improving family dynamics and self-care.

Therapeutic Supervised Visitation

Therapeutic Supervised Visitation involves supervised visits between a child and non-custodial parent facilitated by a trained therapist from our team, aimed at ensuring safety, addressing concerns, and supporting healthy parent-child interactions.

Couples Therapy

Couples therapy helps partners improve communication, resolve conflicts, and strengthen their relationship. It provides a safe space to address issues, rebuild trust, and develop healthier ways of interacting and supporting each other.


Neurobiofeedback is a therapy that uses real-time brain activity monitoring to teach self-regulation of brain function. It helps improve mental health conditions like anxiety, ADHD, and insomnia by training brainwave patterns.

Family Therapy

Family therapy helps families improve communication, resolve conflicts, and strengthen relationships. It addresses issues affecting the family unit, promoting understanding and collaboration to create a healthier, supportive environment for all members.

Coming soon: DBT-C, Cognitive Reprocessing, CPP for Babies

Patient Testimonials
"You have added so much to all of our lives! I can't imagine where we would be without your help!!!! We love you!"

~ Grandparents
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