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SERVICES

PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENTS

The decision to pursue an evaluation or therapy is many times a difficult one to make. You may think that your child is just going through a phase, that your teenager is maturing at a different pace than other adolescents, or that things will improve without any intervention.  If, after some time, you still feel that things are not improving or developing according to expectations, or if teachers or other professionals tell you something that validates your feelings, it may be time to find out if there is indeed something going on.

We are committed to providing the highest quality evaluation and therapy services, all of which are research-supported. We offer a variety of services tailored to meet your family’s unique and specific needs, including psychoeducational evaluations, developmental evaluations, personality and gifted testing.

CHILD AND FAMILY THERAPY SESSIONS

The decision to pursue therapy is many times a difficult one to make. You may think that your child is just going through a phase, that your teenager is maturing at a different pace than other adolescents, or that things will improve without any intervention.  If, after some time, you still feel that things are not improving or developing according to expectations, or if teachers or other professionals tell you something that validates your feelings, it may be time to seek intervention. Dr. Cassel typically treats children with a variety of different difficulties; such as issues with attention, behavior, depression, anxiety, and obsessive compulsive disorder.

CHILD SOCIAL SKILLS PROGRAM

Social skills programs focus on working with children/families with similar difficulties to target areas of growth. Some sessions are conducted with Luna, our therapy dog.

SCHOOL CONSULTATION SESSION

School consultation sessions focus on selecting the appropriate school for your child, as well as working with teachers and educators to inform them about the challenges your child faces. Meetings typically take place in the morning before school or after school, as that is when teachers tend to be most available.