Children/Adolescent Therapy

Children and adolescents will meet every 7-10 days with a clinical therapist to explore, at an age-appropriate level, their feelings, behaviors, coping strategies, and relationships. Parents, sibling, and other adult involvement (e.g., step-parents, grandparents, etc.) are a critical part of successful therapy for this client population.  Therefore, recommended treatment typically includes close involvement of significant adults, particularly the parents. After a comprehensive assessment, your clinician will work with the young person and his/her family to individualize a treatment plan to effectively respond to the young person’s needs. Typical therapeutic methods may include the following approaches: Strategic family therapy, emotional-focused therapy, communication effectiveness training, conflict management and negotiation, play therapy for children, anger management and others.

Clinicians Specializing in Child Therapy


Clinicians Specializing in Adolescent Therapy

7399 Forest Hills Rd

Loves Park, IL  61111

Phone: (815)-RESTORE

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