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Children & Adolescents

Children and adolescents are young minds that are growing - building social skills and emotional intelligence.  However, sometimes as they grow they develop unhealthy habits, difficulty managing emotions or develop difficult behaviors. We teach coping skills to adolescents and children so they may handle stressors, modify their behaviors, and make positive change.

We use Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA). The goals of ABA include increasing pro-social and client/family-defined behaviors of interest as well as decreasing behaviors that are challenging, undesirable and interfering with the child's ability to make progress



Some common reasons you may seek out therapeutic help for your child include:

  • developmental issues

  • cognitive delays

  • learning disabilities

  • development of a mental health condition

  • autism

  • behavioral difficulties

  • trauma

  • bullying

  • new routines or environments

  • birth or death

  • abuse

  • intimate partner violence

  • poverty or homelessness

  • disasters

  • divorce



including Applied Behavioral Analysis & School Advocacy

Approaching Care as a Family

As a parent it can be difficult navigating the best approach for your individual child. ​We highly encourage families that are utilizing our children and adolescent services to consider family therapy as well. 

What Makes Us Unique? 

ABA therapy can help improve social skills, communication, reading, and academics as well as adaptive learning skills, such as fine motor dexterity, hygiene, grooming, domestic capabilities, punctuality, and job competence while decreasing problem behaviors. You may already understand some concepts of ABA such as positive reinforcement.

Applied Behavioral Analysis

Our therapist Eugenia Mullenix has worked with and in the school system. She can offer assistance and advocacy for parents working with their child’s schools to implement the most effective intervention plans.

School Advocacy 

Eugenia has worked with children and adolescents with autism through her experience as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Learn more about Applied Behavioral Analysis by clicking below. 


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