We offer a variety of mental health services to our communities, including services for infants, children, teens, adults and families. Click on a program below to learn more information.
This is a comprehensive diagnostic assessment. It is intended to complement existing approaches to diagnostic classification of mental health and development of children ages 0-5 years. This typically requires at least one parent interview, child-parent observation and consultation with other professionals working with the child (pediatrician, counselor, teacher, daycare provider, etc.) Stellher has serveral mental health professionals within our agency trained and skilled in using the DC 0-3R.
We offer diagnostic assessments, DC 0-3R assessments, individual and family psychotherapy for children and adults, group psychotherapy and therapeutic play groups. Our mental health professionals are experienced in working with young children and their family and have a background in play therapy techniques. Parent Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT) is provided by mental health professionals licensed in its use.
Our agency provides mental health consultation to Head Start programs, teaching staff, students and families. Our staff assists with mental health referrals, classroom interventions and family consultation.
Families with young children can participate in a weekly filial therapy program. This program meets with parents and children, often in the evening, and teaches skills to parents in reflective listening, limit setting, imaginary play and how to structure "special play time."