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  • Post-evaluation support is geared toward teens and adults who recently completed an evaluation as well as their parents.

  • This includes short term support (around 1 to 6 sessions) for parents who need some additional help in implementing the recommendations that were informed by the evaluation process or for teens & adults to explore their neurodiversity.

  • Additionally, parents may choose to learn evidence-based strategies to target 1 to 2 goals for their child.

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  • We offer individual therapy for kids, teens, and young adults (ages 12 through adulthood).


  • For children, this is a collaborative process that frequently involves both the youth and their parents.


  • We use evidence-based treatments to target identified goals, primarily using strengths-based CBT (cognitive-behavioral) therapeutic strategies.

  • We also utilize other related and evidence-based interventions, such as Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) to target anxiety- and OCD-related behaviors and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).

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  • Parenting neurodiverse children often requires a new and advanced parenting skillset.

  • Parent coaching involves parent-only sessions used to improve overall parenting strategies for neurodivergent children.

  • During these sessions, you and your provider will help identify specific parent and child goals to improve over 12 to 16 sessions.

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We offer several groups, including: 

  • Talking to Your Child About Their New Diagnosis

    • A brief, 3-session group geared toward learning different strategies of how to talk to your child about their evaluation results and diagnosis.

  • Anxiety 101 for Teens

    • A 6-session group for teens to learn how to identify their anxiety and worry before it escalates, as well as learn new strategies to help them feel more regulated.

  • Support Group for Autistic Adults

    • This affirming support group is geared toward autistic adults who struggle with challenges common to autistic community members.

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