We offer individual therapy and have immediate daytime openings available for the following:
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Life Transitions & Family Changes
- Parenting Support
- College Student Support
- Failure to Launch
- Safe and Sound Protocol
- Survivors of Domestic Violence
Our therapists have training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Polyvagal Theory and use a variety of treatment approaches to help address your concerns.
Please complete our new client inquiry form to get started.
Struggling to balance family, work and life in general? It's been a difficult few years and parents have had to do more to support their children during these times.
Our team of Clinical Therapists are also Licensed School Social Workers and are able to provide support to you so you can best support your child or teen. We are here to help problem solve school or behavioral challenges and to discuss other concerns you are having during this uncertain and difficult time.
Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions
What is SPACE?
SPACE stands for Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions and is a parent-based treatment program for children and adolescents with anxiety, OCD, and related problems.
SPACE was developed by Dr. Eli Lebowitz at the Yale Child Study Center and has been tested and found to be efficacious in randomized controlled clinical trials.
Who is SPACE for? Who is the patient?
SPACE aims to treat children and adolescents with anxiety disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Although children do not have to attend SPACE sessions - they are the patients but it is the parents who work to change their behavior in relation to their child. When SPACE treatment is successful children feel less anxious and function better following treatment.
Some of the main anxiety problems treated with SPACE include:
Fears and phobias
Panic disorder and Agoraphobia
Who participates in treatment? What happens in SPACE treatment?
Parents (and other caregivers) participate in SPACE treatment sessions. In most cases the child or adolescent does not need to attend the treatment sessions.
Parents who participate in SPACE will learn skills and tools to help their child overcome anxiety, OCD or related problems.
The treatment focuses on changes that parents can make to their own behavior, they do not need to make their child change.
The two main changes that parents learn to make in SPACE treatment are to respond more supportively to their anxious child and to reduce the accommodations they have been making in response to their child's symptoms.
To read more about SPACE and how it works visit the Resources page.