Child and Adolescent Treatment Services
Psychological treatment for children and adolescents works best when it is individualized. Effective intervention takes into account the various aspects of the child’s world, including familial, social, and educational components. Since intervention is targeted, it can take a variety of forms. This includes, but is not limited to developing strategies to maximize success in school, assisting with the transition from primary to secondary education, learning to create and maintain healthy relationships, and learning ways to appropriately regulate one’s own emotions. Specific academic accommodations are offered as needed as part of the evaluation process.
Certain of our treatments are designed to minimize the need for medications, such as the use of neurofeedback with children with ADHD. We believe in working with different treatment providers to establish an appropriate and coordinated ongoing treatment plan.
At NRA, the child and adolescent treatment services we offer include:
- Child and Adolescent Individual Psychotherapy
- Family training and consultation
- Parent training
- Biofeedback and Relaxation training
- Support and Service Planning for School