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Child & Youth Therapy

Child Counseling

Child and youth psychotherapy encompasses a wide range of treatment areas that address the unique emotional, developmental, and behavioral needs of young clients.


Some common treatment areas for child and youth psychotherapy include anxiety disorders, stress, depression, trauma, behavioral issues, ADHD, OCD, panic disorder, phobias, autism spectrum disorders, eating disorders, and family conflict.


Therapy can also help children and adolescents navigate challenges, express their emotions, build coping skills, develop healthy relationships, enhance social skills, improve self-esteem, overcome  grief and loss, reduce school-related issues, and explore identities.


By addressing these diverse treatment areas, child and youth psychotherapy promotes emotional well-being, resilience, and positive growth in young individuals, helping them navigate the complexities of childhood and adolescence with support and guidance.

Our child and youth psychotherapy services are specifically designed to help children navigate and cope with a variety of mental health challenges.


We specialize in nervous system regulation and provide children with the extra help and support they need for their mental health and overall well-being.


By creating a safe and nurturing environment, children can explore their emotions and develop healthy coping strategies

Our approach combines Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Somatic Psychotherapy, play therapy, and exposure and response prevention techniques to help children effectively manage their emotions and behaviors

Mother and Child
Child Therapy

We work collaboratively with parents and caregivers to provide holistic care and support for the child throughout their therapeutic journey.

Child and youth psychotherapy also commonly addresses issues related to family dynamics and relationships, such as divorce, blended families, parental conflict, and communication difficulties. Therapists work with children and their families to improve communication, enhance problem-solving skills, and strengthen familial bonds.


By providing a safe and supportive space for young clients to explore and process their thoughts and feelings, therapists can help children and adolescents make sense of their experiences, build resilience, and develop healthy coping strategies.


Overall, child and youth psychotherapy plays a crucial role in supporting the mental health and well-being of young individuals, helping them navigate the challenges of childhood and adolescence with greater understanding and support.

Vital Minds Psychotherapy
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