Does your child seem unusually nervous and preoccupied? Is your child suffering from depression or struggling to make friends at school? Are you worried that your child is getting bullied? Has your teen’s school contacted you about behavioral issues?

Counseling can help.

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What is Counseling?

Children can experience mental health challenges that negatively impact their well-being. If left untreated, these issues can interfere with your child’s daily functioning and ability to achieve developmental milestones and master educational goals.

Common mental health problems are depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, grief, and problems adjusting to new situations (divorce, new school, bullying, etc.). Children can also have complex and multi-diagnosis learning and behavioral challenges.

Our child psychotherapists are trained to assess, diagnose and treat a wide range of mental health conditions and psychological distress.

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Our data-driven therapy plans provide metrics for care, inform updates and care adjustments to ensure your child/teen continues to make progress. Our psychotherapists measure treatment success and client progress using industry “gold standard” metrics.

All patients are screened for safety and suicide risk using industry approved assessments.

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Why Teletherapy Works

Why Teletherapy?

Teletherapy delivers the same benefits as in-person therapy. Because our counseling is administered when and where it works for our clients (typically in the home), it is able to preserve patient privacy and ensure more consistent care.

"Virtual therapy allows convenience for the family as well as improved treatment outcomes for the child. Children are more comfortable in their own space as opposed to a provider's office. Seeing children in the comfort of their own home allows them to feel safe and equalizes the power dynamic, empowering the child to take ownership of their treatment. Additionally, new skills are learned in the home and easily translate into improved functioning within the family environment."

– Dr. Cari Whitlock, PsyD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist

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Therapists That Care

HYM psychotherapists are Doctoral or Masters level therapists. Many are accredited and trained in specific therapeutic strategies designed to address specific mental health challenges.