Therapy for Children
Working with Families to Help Your Child Heal
How We Can Help
We recognize the importance of meeting each child where they are and our therapists honor the many ways children communicate – through words, play, and behavior. Our therapy services are available to children ages 3 through 12 and are adapted to your child’s developmental level. Therapy will equip your child with the coping skills that are necessary to overcome life’s roadblocks, such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma, impulsive/aggressive behavior and social issues.
Services for Children
Individual Therapy For ages 3-6: In early childhood, play is your child’s primary means of communication and problem-solving. Our skilled practitioners use child-centered play techniques to tap into a child’s inner resources and facilitate the development of healthy emotional regulation, self-control and problem-solving skills.
Individual Therapy For ages 7-12: We collaborate with you and your child to match the appropriate mode of therapy (e.g. cognitive behavioral, mindfulness, behavioral interventions, play-based) to your child’s specific needs.
Group Therapy: We offer small groups to help children of all ages develop social skills, self-control, and emotional regulation. Learn more here.
Parenting Sessions: Sessions can be by yourself or with your partner using a supportive, collaborative approach to help you clarify your parenting goals and equipping you with individualized strategies that make sense for your child and family.
Types of Therapy
At C.R.E.A.T.E. Outcomes, we believe each client deserves an individualized treatment approach, as one size never fits all. We ensure an evidence-based practice by collaborating with you to understand your child's background, the difficulties your family is facing, and the best therapeutic approach to meet your family's needs. We are trained in a variety of well-researched therapy approaches. To learn more about the therapeutic approaches we offer, visit our therapy resources page here. We use the following evidence-based approaches when working with children and parents:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Trauma-Focused CBT (TF-CBT)
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Child-Centered Play Therapy
Sand Tray Therapy