Child and Adolescent psychotherapy is a type of psychological counseling that can help children and adolescents learn new ways to manage the challenges of growing up, including difficulties with anger, sadness, anxiety, social withdrawal, and school performance.
Family therapy is a type of psychological counseling (psychotherapy) conducted to help family members and/or couples improve communication and resolve conflicts. This can involve conversations, role-playing and communication styles that teach new methods to relate – including productive ways to disagree so that everyone can learn to solve problems without destructive fighting.
Psychological evaluation is a form of in-depth assessment that involves the administration of a variety of well-authenticated, empirically developed psychological tests to arrive at a comprehensive picture of an individual’s cognitive and emotional functioning.
Medication management is a type of medical treatment that focuses on assessing the effects of prescribed psychiatric medicine. Psychiatric medicine is a complex intervention, designed to positively impact mood, behavior, and physical functions. It is very important that the effect of this medicine be monitored by a trained professional who specializes in this specific field – especially when treating children and adolescents.