Due to the COVID-19 crisis, We will be offering virtual sessions until further notice
Do you offer individual counseling services?
Yes. We offer mental health therapy and counseling services for individuals ages 6 - 21 years old.
Do you offer family counseling services?
Yes. We offer restorative counseling services for families experiencing overwhelming issues.
Do you offer group counseling?
Yes. We offer a social skills group during the months of June - July.
How can the School-Based Resiliency Treatment Program (RTP) help my child?
The RTP will help your child learn appropriate coping skills and strategies that address social- emotional concerns that get in the way of their success at school.
Why should I choose this program?
The Resiliency Treatment Program uses cutting edge, evidence based practices in the field of psychology. Each client will have a unique treatment regime that meets his or her individual needs, using a widespread of highly effective techniques and approaches.
Does my child need a diagnosis in order to participate in this program?
No. Your child does not need to have a mental health (or related) diagnosis to participate in the program. However, as a licensed mental health professional I am trained and credentialed to perform psychological evaluations that will help determine the presence of an emotional/psychological disorders that may be affecting your child’s functioning.
How long is the program?
Resiliency Treatment Program follows the Maryland school systems calendar closely. The program runs from September through June. Your child will receive services at their school for 12-weeks.
What happens after the 12 weeks is over?
Upon completion of the 12 - week program we will evaluate each client’s progress and make a recommendation or referrals, as needed.
Can I re-enroll my child into the program immediately after they complete the 12 weeks?
Clients are more than welcomed to be re-referred to the program, but only after a new school year has begun.
How can my child participate in the RTP?
We accept referrals from parents/guardians or the client’s School Counselor.