If you find yourself, your child, or your family struggling, the first thing you need is someone to listen and understand. Our psychologists and psychotherapists create an empathic environment to provide therapy for children, adolescents, and adults, including individual therapy, group therapy, parent coaching, couples therapy, and family therapy. Our compassionate providers utilize a variety of evidence-based modalities, individualized for every patient. Supportive, personalized therapy is provided within the context of a carefully matched, strong therapeutic relationship with one of our highly trained clinicians. Our clinicians collaborate not only with WBMA’s psychiatrists, but also with caregivers, other medical/mental health providers, and community members (e.g., teachers) to ensure comprehensive treatment and support (with consent of course). We welcome those interested in care based in expressive therapies, such as art, drama, and music, as well. Telehealth services are available in some circumstances, including for parent coaching. We serve most mental health needs, and provide referrals when we are not an appropriate match.
Please feel free to click on any of the applicable links below for more detailed descriptions of our therapies. If you are not sure whether therapy is the answer, please call us. We’ll meet for intake, or for a ‘next steps’ consultation based on our preliminary discussion, to help you determine the best way to move forward
Monday, 4:30 PM – 4th/5th grade boys and girls (regulating emotions, handling school stress, social skills/relationships)
Monday, 5:30 PM – 4th/5th grade girls (managing anxiety, anger, social skills)
Wednesday, 2:00 PM – Preschool group (emotional regulation and social skills)
Art Therapy Group
Tween (Ages 11-14): Tuesday 5pmTeen (Ages 16-18): Wednesday 5pmCollege Young Adult (Ages 18-24): Friday 5pm
Create!-Connect! Art Therapy Groups are “Open Studio Style” virtual therapeutic support groups in which participants create art work together to encourage self expression, contain feelings, reduce anxiety, and connect with peers. This all takes place in a safe, therapeutic environment facilitated by licensed Art Therapist, Anna L. Mills.
Each group will meet weekly to engage in a therapeutic art technique. The art pieces will be used to promote conversation between group participants.
Participants should meet out-patient qualifications and will be required to complete an intake prior to registration. $75/1 hour weekly, for commitment of 6 weeks.
Teen Art Therapy All Female Group – Saturday 11:00 AM-12:00 PM (Ages 16-18)
Participants will utilize Art Therapy and Mindfulness for emotional recognition and regulation, self-expression, confidence building, and stress management.