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Rates for services are determined by your insurance company.
Self-pay rates are available upon request.

Counseling and Therapy

We offer counseling, therapy, and coaching services for a broad range of social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties. Individual, couples, and family therapy services are all available.

 

We use techniques such as: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Coping Skills Training, Social Skills Training, Person-Centered Therapy, Talk Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Mindfulness-Based Therapy.

All of our clinicians provide in-person sessions. Several also offer telehealth sessions.

ADHD/Executive Functioning Interventions

We provide evidence-based, scientifically-supported counseling and interventions for common ADHD and executive functioning skill difficulties, such as: attention, emotional regulation, behavioral regulation, flexibility, inhibition, initiation, organization, planning, self-monitoring, and working memory.

Speech & Language Therapy

Private therapy, including interventions as appropriate for speech articulation/sound disorders, receptive language, expressive language, pragmatic language, and augmentative/alternative communication services.

Occupational Therapy

Private sessions, dedicated to fostering individual skill mastery and enhancing independence in daily tasks at home, school, and within the community. Our comprehensive services begin with a thorough initial assessment, followed by tailored treatment sessions. Pediatric sessions are designed to nurture a child's development in a dynamic and engaging play and learning environment. We prioritize creative approaches to optimize the therapeutic experience for all ages and empower each individual on their journey towards increased functionality.

Feeding Therapy

Feeding therapy is a specialized intervention aimed at addressing challenges related to eating, drinking, and mealtime behaviors. Our services cater to individuals of all ages, from infants to adults, who may experience difficulties ranging from transitioning to solid foods and aversions to specific textures to oral motor issues and sensory sensitivities related to eating. Our experienced therapists collaborate with clients and their families to create personalized treatment plans, focusing on improving oral motor skills, expanding food tolerance, fostering healthy eating habits, and enhancing overall mealtime experiences. Whether it's a child navigating early feeding development or an adult seeking assistance with specific feeding issues, our feeding therapy aims to cultivate a positive and enjoyable approach to mealtimes, contributing to improved nutritional intake, overall health, and well-being.

Sensory Integration Therapy

Sensory Integration Therapy is a specialized form of therapy that focuses on how the brain processes and responds to sensory information from the environment. It's particularly beneficial for individuals who may experience challenges in processing sensations, leading to difficulties in everyday activities. Our skilled therapist works to create personalized activities and exercises that provide sensory input to help individuals better adapt and respond to their surroundings. This therapy can be especially helpful for those dealing with issues such as sensitivity to touch, sound, or movement, as well as challenges in coordination and attention. By addressing these sensory difficulties, the goal of Sensory Integration Therapy is to improve overall comfort, function, and engagement in daily life.

Comprehensive Neuropsychological &
Educational Evaluation

Including evaluations for:

  • ADHD

  • Anxiety/Depression

  • Autism

  • Dyscalculia (math disability)

  • Dysgraphia (writing disability)

  • Dyslexia (reading disability)

  • Intellectual Disabilities

  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)

 

Our comprehensive psychological and academic evaluations include parent and student interviews, consultation with teachers, assessment of general intelligence, academic achievement, social-emotional status, and executive functioning. Results of these evaluations may lead to relevant diagnoses and we will always provide intervention recommendations. Some intervention services are available in-house. All evaluations begin with an intake meeting, followed by 1 or more testing sessions and a final meeting to review the results. Meetings can be held via video conference or in person. Testing sessions are in-person only.

Giftedness Evaluation

Our comprehensive giftedness evaluations include a comprehensive IQ and academic assessment. Results will be scored immediately after the session and a written report will follow.

We are also able to provide giftedness assessments in particular domains (e.g. math only) at our hourly rate, including time for the assessment, scoring, and writing of the report.

Speech & Language Evalution

Our speech evaluations are curated to each individual child's needs/concerns, but may include: observations of oral periphery, voice, and fluency, and norm-referenced assessments of receptive language, expressive language, auditory memory, auditory discrimination, word-finding, pragmatic language, and articulation.

Occupational Therapy Evaluation

Our Occupational Therapy assessments consist of evaluation and observation of gross motor, fine motor, visual motor, oral motor, and sensory motor skills during daily tasks. The skills assessment, as well as client interviews, identify areas that would benefit from intervention in order to foster individual success. 

Independent Educational Evaluations (IEEs)
$2500 + $200 additional for Speech Evaluation

Federal regulations state unequivocally that parents of a child with a disability have a right to obtain an IEE. 34 C.F.R. 300.502(a)(1). An IEE is broadly defined as "an evaluation conducted by a qualified examiner who is not employed by the public agency responsible for the education of the child in question." 34 C.F.R. 300.502(a)(3)(i). An IEE may be obtained by parents at public expense (paid for by the school district). Parents may obtain an IEE, for virtually any purpose if it impacts the child's education and the parent disagrees with any part of an evaluation of their child completed by the school district.

Special Education Parent Advocacy

Special Education Parent Advocacy Services provide dedicated support and guidance to parents of children with special needs, empowering them to navigate the complex landscape of special education systems. These services encompass a range of personalized assistance, including understanding Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), securing appropriate educational services, fostering effective communication with schools and educators, and advocating for the unique requirements and rights of their children. By equipping parents with the knowledge, tools, and strategies needed to collaborate with educational institutions, these advocacy services strive to ensure that every child with special needs receives an inclusive and tailored education that nurtures their individual growth and development.

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