Child or Adolescent Issues

Most children and teens, even those who seem very well adjusted, will face bumps in the road occasionally. As part of growing up, they may go through tough periods of atypical behavior. Sometimes, there may be an underlying issue that the child or teen has trouble managing on their own. Things like divorce, adoption or bullying can be difficult for a child to work through without help. Additionally, children and adolescents can suffer from many of the same problems facing adults, including depression, insomnia, anxiety, poor self-esteem or eating disorders. A qualified therapist can help a child or adolescent to develop healthy ways to cope with whatever issue is on their mind.

Local experts in Child or Adolescent Issues

Bryanna Goodman

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

Kids face unique challenges as their identities emerge and they start to figure out who they are and how they fit in. Refresh Therapy is here to support kids as they work on becoming their best self and prepare for teen years.

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Jack Marvin (They/Them)

Clinical Social Work Associate

MSW, CSWA

Much of my experience in this work has been with youth, parents, and families and challenges in family dynamics. Working with families and parents amidst coming out and transition processes with their young folks is a passion. It's an important time of change for parents that often presents unique challenges related to grief, loss, and acceptance. Research shows that it's a vital time for young folks in which love, acceptance, and support are directly tied to present and long-term well-being.

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Chris Lehman

Professional Counselor Associate

I have thirty years experience working with children and adolescents adjusting to developmental issues, family issues, disabilities, and academic issues.

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danielle mcwilliams LPC NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

My truest focus as a therapist is working with young people, & whatever issues or struggles they may be facing, with a developmentally & culturally relevant approach. All theoretical or practical training has been filtered through this lens, leading to a specialized style of building strong therapeutic relationships, supporting & facilitating young clients' ability to navigate their way through...

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Katie Azarow (She/Her)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LCSW

I have over ten years of experience providing mental health treatment to children and adolescents in Nebraska, Oregon and Washington. I have over 100 hours in ongoing education working with this population and am certified as a child specialist in the state of Washington.

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Michaela Curtis-Joyce (they/them)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LCSW,LICSW

I work with adults to support the well being of their children. In my professional opinion children benefit most of from smaller and more frequent doses of support. I delight in supporting caregivers to offer this to their children.

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Kelly Reams MSW, BCD Psychoanalyst

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

I have over thirty years of psychotherapy experience with children and adolescents dealing with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues in several settings. As a member of the Child Therapy Study Group for over ten years, I received individual consultation on my child therapy cases with psychoanalytically trained professionals and met with colleagues for ongoing clinical discussions.

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Erin Berk, LPC (She/Her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

ATR, LPC

Youth today face an ever-growing number of challenges. From family stress, school deadlines, social pressures. If left to spiral, these can result in them suffering from depression, stress-related conditions, low self-esteem, drug and alcohol abuse, and relational difficulties. Therapy can help support your teen cope with life stress in a creative and interactive approach.

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Maria Arias

Licensed Professional Counselor

Children and teens are not mini-adults. They are on a learning and self-discovery path that is unique and can be hard to understand. We will take a look at the developmental needs of your child or teen and how to foster health and independence.

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Kate Parker-Shames (she/her/hers)

Licensed Professional Counselor

LPC, LMFT Intern

I work with children of all ages. I believe that you, as the person/ people who know your child the best, are a critical component of your child's therapy. I will collaborate with you to determine what will be most beneficial therapeutic approach for you and your child. I am a warm, competent, energetic practitioner, who will strive to help your child feel safe and at ease.

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Michelle Pliske

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

DSW LCSW RPT-S

Children frequently have difficulty talking about what is bothering them or talking about events that have occurred in their lives. My approach to counseling children and adolescents is to use a prescriptive method of play or expressive arts therapy (using the best fitting evidenced based practice that meets the needs of your child, integrated into hands-on work that brings counseling to life).

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Nancy Pearson, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Family is the organizing principle that allows each of its members to grow and prosper. When family is going well, each individual is stronger for the experience; when it is not going well, all members suffer. I have helped thousands of families as they struggle with barriers and find solutions to harmonious living that supports the individuality of each of its members.

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Emily Fagan (she/her)

Professional Counselor Associate

I completed a year-long internship providing mental health counseling services to high school students, and completed additional studies in counseling children and youth.

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Caroline McGrath LPC, NCC (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

Certified Jungian Life Coach, TRE® Certified Provider, Certified Yoga Calm® Youth Instructor, Holistic Health Practitioner

In my counseling practice, I support teens, college students and young adults who are struggling with the stressors and anxieties of the pandemic, school, friends, families, life, and self. Many teens and young adults may also be experiencing other emotional or behavioral responses to the challenges they are enduring, as well as past traumas. Add in a pandemic and todays youth’s lives have been flipped upside down. Together we work collaboratively as we navigate through the up's and downs.

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Pearl Health Center

Licensed Professional Counselor

Melanie has extensive experience working with at-risk youth and families, using the Collaborative Problem Solving approach to reducing family conflict.

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Firefly Institute

Licensed Professional Counselor

Children frequently have difficulty talking about what is bothering them or talking about events that have occurred in their lives. Our approach to counseling children and adolescents is to use a prescriptive method of play or expressive arts therapy (using the best fitting evidenced based practice that meets the needs of your child, integrated into hands-on work that brings counseling to life).

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Alana Duschane

Clinical Psychologist

I have experience and specialized training in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents. I have provided comprehensive psychological evaluation for learning disabilities, ADHD, social, behavioral, and emotional functioning, and various child and adolescent issues. I have been trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Children (TF-CBT).

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Lucas Wenker MS LPC (he/him)

Licensed Professional Counselor

I have experience working for an intensive experiential wilderness therapy program in Washington state. The average student in our program struggled with chemical dependency, behavioral problems, communication, and high levels of family conflict. I have years of experience working with all parties to help heal and seek resolution.

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Erin Durst, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Children and teens require a unique approach to therapy--not just an adaptation of adult techniques. I have extensive experience working with clients aged 5 - 25 who are experiencing many different concerns, ranging from behavioral issues to trauma & beyond. My ability to achieve rapport with kids who may be initially uncomfortable with the idea of counseling is something I pride myself on.

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Irma E. Llanes (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

MA, LPC

My extensive training includes working as a Child Advocate for court involved youth, co-facilitating art therapy groups, working 1:1 with 'at risk' youth, facilitating a girls life skills group, teaching an anti-violence & domestic violence curriculum in elementary thru high school classrooms, as well as seeing young clients in my office with adjustment, and behavioral/emotional issues.

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Eric Loya (he/him)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LCSW

As an adolescent therapist (14 +), I have supported youth in processing and coping with environmental and developmental stressors . Some of the stressors include, but are not limited to bullying, adjusting to family/parental transitions, social pressure, body and gender issues, and self-harming/suicidal ideation.

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Erin McAdams (she/her)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

#L10521

I've worked for several years as a child and family therapist with child and adolescents. I have worked with children with depression, anxiety, PTSD, adjustment disorders, family conflict, oppositional defiant disorder, school refusal, and sexual, physical, and emotional abuse. I provide a warm, validating environment for children and use art and play to engage children while teaching children how to identify and express emotions and use positive coping skills.

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Nate Wilson-Traisman

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

The adolescent years are filled with immense physical, emotional, and cognitive change. While this developmental period is undoubtedly exciting, it can also present adolescents and families with newfound challenges. My previous experiences—as a therapist, coach, and teacher—have given me exposure to the unique challenges of adolescence.

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Family Ties Counseling Center

Licensed Professional Counselor

Your kids are held up and nurtured by many different relationships. From siblings, to parents, to grandparents, to friend, and teachers, your child thrives when they are connected to many safe and caring people. When your child experiences a difficulty, they need a therapeutic approach that takes into account their most essential relationships.

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Marie Miller

Licensed Professional Counselor

I specialize working with pre-adolescent and teenage girls. Issues I help with include stress management, social media, family separation, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, alcohol and drug abuse, self-harm, body image, and self-esteem.

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Kris Cavanaugh LPC, CADCI

Licensed Professional Counselor

I've been working with kids and teens for over 10 years in schools, treatment centers and in private practice. When family dynamics change or a kiddo starts to struggle with anxiety or depression an objective listener can often be the catalyst to change and encourage the communication and life skills that every parent wants their kids to learn.

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Emily Haygeman (they/them/she/her)

Clinical Psychologist

PhD

I have over 15 years of experience working directly with children and families in residential, hospital, educational, and home settings. I offer a trauma-informed, mindfulness-based approach to therapy. I also offer psychological evaluations for neurodevelopmental disorders (including Autism, for children as well as adults) and mental health concerns including anxiety and depression.

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Katrina Thatcher (she/her)

Professional Counselor Associate

MS, NCC

I have special training in child development, parenting support and Child-Centered Play Therapy (CCPT), an evidence-based treatment approach for working with children ages 3-10. I have experience working with children, and their families, facing social, emotional, or behavioral challenges, or life transitions.

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Brettyn Gibson

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

LPC, LMFT, NCC, IMH-E®

I specialize my practice in providing services for the unique needs of infants, toddlers, and children.

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Zoë Martinini

Professional Counselor Associate

MA

I have experience working with teens and their families in schools and residential treatment settings. I am passionate about working with youth and believe in supportive empowerment.

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Erika Nelson (she/her)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LCSW

I have many years of experience working with youth and families in crisis, experiencing significant mental heath struggles, who are often experiencing system harm. I have worked with many youth who were hesitant about therapy, or have had negative experiences in the past. I am familiar with the unique challenges youth face and the unique services they deserve to support their healing and growth.

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Rebekah Springs (She/her)

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

LMFT, RPT, ITMH-S

From anger, defiance, aggression and mood changes to differences in development or difficulty communicating, I use a comprehensive assessment to take a look at the whole child in the context of family, peer relationships, academics, and physical and emotional strengths and challenges. Together we will find the best treatment plan for you and your child, to find lasting change together.

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Raquel Harmon (she/they)

Marriage and Family Therapist Associate

MA

I have worked for a number of years with children and youth and their caregivers facing a wide range of co-occuring mental health and neuro-developmental challenges; first in a public education setting, and for the past two and a half years as a Child and Family Therapist. I especially focus on family ecology, the nervous system, sensory and body awareness, the parent child relationship, co-regulation, positive parenting strategies, and draw from Emotionally Focused Family Therapy theories.

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Carly Henderson (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

I am trained in Collaborative Problem Solving and have had several years of experience working with children and adolescents - ages 3-20 both in and out of the school setting. I have worked within the Special Education system and can assist families with what is an often confusing process. I use art and play techniques, interactive activities and include parents and other family members in therapy

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Suzanne Sanchez (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

LPC

I have been working with teens for many years, and they are my passion. I know how to connect with adolescents, help them understand their needs, and identify their strengths. I advocate for them because they don’t know how to do this for themselves, and I work to give them hope and courage to be authentically themselves.

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Leslie Jones

Licensed Professional Counselor

I have many years of experience working with adolescents and their families. From crisis counseling to developmental issues, I have helped address a range of concerns for today's adolescent. For eight years, I taught a course on adolescent development and psychopathology at Marylhurst University. I enjoy engaging with the unique challenges of the adolescent stage of life.

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Katie B. Finn (she/her)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

MSW, LCSW

Using art and creative modalities, play and talk therapy, as well as working with the parent and child together, I have a broad sense of how to support children through challenging times including parents' divorce and separation, school anxiety, and social-emotional skill building.

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sandeep kumar

Licensed Professional Counselor

For 10 years, I've worked with children, teens and young adults at the K-5, middle, high school and college level. I help children age 8 & up with mental health and its impact on their scholastic and general self-esteem. I'm interested in working with children and adolescents coping with anxiety, bullying issues and children who perceive themselves to think and feel differently than others.

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Ann DeWitt

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

I love helping kids by offering a supportive adult outside the family. I work with kids who are feeling anxious, sad and overwhelmed by the demands of school, friends and family.

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Grace Carter (She/Her)

Professional Counselor Associate

Five years experience as a public high school counselor.

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Nick DeMayo, LMFT

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

I specialize in working with adolescent boys (ages 10-15) struggling with anxiety and depression.

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Andrew Elmore, MSW,CSWA

An adolescent experiences and expresses their feelings differently from adults. I help each build tools for communication and expression to cope with a range of challenges, from a major life change such as parental divorce or death to struggles in school, relationship problems, low self-esteem, sexuality, peer pressure, or adjusting to a new school or home.

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Judy Marantz-Herzberg (she/her)

Social Worker

LCSW and LSSW (Licensed School Social Worker)

Adolescence is a time of tremendous growth and change. Sometimes teens benefit from exploring problems within a trusting therapeutic relationship. Some concerns young people bring: depression, anxiety, concerns about peers, sexuality/sexual identify, pressure to achieve, worries about the future, school / home challenges, substance use, self-harm, referrals from school counselors and doctors.

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Family Roots Therapy

Licensed Professional Counselor

We have counselors who have received specialized training in Child-Parent Psychotherapy, an approach that treats young children ages 0-6 who have experienced trauma, violence, or separation from a caregiver. Our child and teen therapists are also trained in play therapy and art therapy, and have experience working in schools and community-based settings.

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Rachael Sutta (She/Her)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

I have worked with adolescents and their families on an off for 12 years in a variety of settings. Treatment focuses on the reduction and resolution of family conflict, support with stages of development and maturation and individuation. I strive to provide adolescents with some of the tools they need to individuate successfully.

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Rebecca Macy LPC RYT

Licensed Professional Counselor

I remember how difficult it can be to be a teen- confused about who I am and what I want out of my life, feeling pressure from adults to be a certain way, not sure what to do with my intense emotions. Sometimes just talk therapy isn't helpful for teens and I offer a variety of ways to explore their experience and learn how to navigate lifes ups and downs.

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Therese Long

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

I have worked as a Child and Family Therapist in community mental health for the last 5 years. My experience includes supporting families through transition, assisting parents in restructuring expectations and setting limits, and increasing communication within family system. My work also includes running girls groups for adolescents that target self esteem, social expectations, and self worth.

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Emily D'Anna

Licensed Professional Counselor

There are many issues that are common for this age group that I treat. Common issues I see are: emotional distress from first time romantic relationships , sexuality exploration, using self harm for coping, distress resulting from childhood trauma, problems with social media, and more. I use an integrative approach tailored to the needs of the client and the values of the family.

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Chad Ernest, MS, LPC (He/him)

Licensed Professional Counselor

Whether you're child is struggling in school, has behavioral issues, been diagnosed with ADHD, a learning disorder, or is on the Autism Spectrum, I can help with learning more about how to manage behaviors and work with the children on understanding, coming to terms with, and overcoming their symptoms.

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Anthony Marchant

Licensed Professional Counselor

Extensive training and experience working with the problems associated with adolescence.

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Korina Jochim

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

In my private practice I treat children/adolescents from the age of 12 and up. Common issues I have experience treating are mood disorders, adjustment issues, victims of bullying, family issues, peer problems, divorce adjustment, and LGBTQIA2+ affirmative therapy.

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Laura Wood (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

LMHC, LPC, SUDP

Research shows that our brains are not fully developed until age 25. This presents adolescents with challenges that many adults have trouble relating to and understanding. I have experience educating youth and families on the developing brain and working collaboratively with adolescents to help them make choices that will promote healthy brain development.

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Elizabeth Ellisan (they/she)

Licensed Professional Counselor

I have extensive training and experience working with teens and young adults. Adolescence is a period of stress; both for teens and the family members that love them. With stress comes growth and teens are growing a lot! They are managing day to day life and developing personally, cognitively, and emotionally. I enjoy supporting family and teens navigating this important life transition.

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Kathy Hardie-Williams M.Ed MS LPC LMFT

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

M.Ed MS LPC LMFT

Drawing on my 10 years as a special educator at the elementary and middle school levels, I am familiar with the broad range of emotional and behavioral challenges parents often face. Using a structural family systems approach, I work directly with the parents, adolescents, and the overall dynamic within the family system. I can provide insight and practical strategies for effective parenting while supporting you on your journey as parents and in the overall dynamic within the family system.

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Gail Westlin, MS, MEd, LPC, LMHC

Licensed Professional Counselor

I have worked with teens and their families for over thirty years as a therapist and school counselor.

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Richard Halpern (he/him)

Professional Counselor

M.A., Trauma Informed Coach

I coordinated a public school counseling program and was a K-12 School Counselor for 16 years. I met with students with personal, academic, career, and family issues (caseload 400+ students). I dealt with just about any problem you can imagine, and did so in an easy going yet structured way students related to.

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Cathy Thiesen (she/her)

Professional Counselor Associate

MA, NCC

I have special training and coursework in child and adolescent therapy, including play therapy. I offer client-centered play therapy and sand play for children and adolescents.

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Kat Canada (they/them)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LCSW, LiCSW

I provide integrative, relationally focused psychotherapy to children, teens, and young adults, with specialized experience supporting neurodivergent and queer youth, trans and non-binary children and youth, and young people with experiences of trauma.

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Gillian Sleeman

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

Prior to beginning private practice, I worked as a Child and Family Therapist in an intensive outpatient setting for Trillium Family Services which is Oregon's largest provider of mental and behavioral healthcare for children and families.

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Beth Ann AKA BA Short LCAT, ATR-BC (they/them)

Art Therapist

LCAT

I have worked with youth since the beginning of my practice in 1999. Attachment impacts each of us in significant ways including brain development. I have always been drawn to this work in hopes of supporting clients in addressing struggles early to potentially avoid or diminish life long struggles with anxiety and depression.

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Emily Berry LPC (she/they)

Licensed Professional Counselor

I have been extensively trained in issues around adolescent mental health through my academic and professional background. I support teens in developing a healthy values system and sense of self as they navigate their transition to adulthood. Working with teens is unique, delicate, and extremely rewarding, as their growth and change seems to be accelerated and magnified in this stage of life.

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Rochelle Schwartz

Licensed Professional Counselor

LPC

Some issues that we struggle with as adults begin in childhood, and many of us wish we would have learned strategies much earlier in life. Because of this, those aged 14+ is an area of passion for me. I have experience working with adolescents in my practice, as well as at an at-risk high school, and teen pregnancy shelter.

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Lilyan Smith-Moore, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Mental health professionals have long realized that children and adolescents need different approaches to therapy than adults do. I have worked with hundreds of children and teens and I understand their unique development, needs, and limitations. I also know that the most proven effective therapy for a young person includes the family's participation.

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Desiree Stang (She/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

LPC, CADC III

For three years I worked in a secure dual diagnoses facility with clients ages 12-18 helping them with all kinds of different struggles, whether it was PTSD, suicidal thoughts, anxiety and/or addiction. Teenagers go through a lot and usually don't have many people they can actually trust to go and talk to. Schedule an appointment today to see if I would be a good fit for your son or daughter.

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Lorraine Storm

Licensed Professional Counselor

Raising kids is tough! So much has changed in the last couple of decades with technology and culture that adolescents today experience numerous problems we never had to deal with growing up (and some we did!). I have worked with kids and families on a variety of topics in home, community, and school-based settings, so I have a variety of tools to address common problems.

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Erin Gallagher (She /He /They)

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

MA, LMFT

I enjoy working with children and families to find ways to communicate more clearly, work together to support growth and navigate challenging times. I have spend a significant amount of time with adolescents, both individually and with their families to find pathways towards healthy and sustainable living in the relationships to themselves and the world around them.

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Susan Lehman (she/her)

Reverend

CPDT, HART, life coach

I work with parents on really 'listening' to what the child truly needs.

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Susan Lehman (she/her)

Reverend

CPDT, HART, life coach

Working with parents/adults, sometimes there is an inner child who had to deal with abuse of all kinds. I can help you connect with her and bring healing.

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Allison Amo MA, LPC (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

LPC

I have extensive experience and training in issues around child and adolescent mental health issues, including eating disorders, body image issues, and substance abuse. Through therapy, I support children and young adults in expressing and exploring their lived experience and understanding of things, resolving emotional blocks, and ultimately, heal and grow.

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Brooke LLC (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

LPC, PCIT and PCIT-T certified

As a certified PCIT clinician for the last several years, I have worked a lot with young children.

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MereAnn Reid

Licensed Professional Counselor

Registered Play Therapist, Certified Adoption Therapist

Kids who come to see me often learn how to tame big feelings, make sense of their experiences--even hard ones--increase their resilience, and learn new ways to express needs. I use play therapy, family sessions, and art materials to help kids build skills, develop new perspective, and feel understood by the people they love. I especially enjoy working with kids age 3-10.

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Sam Skye (he/him)

Licensed Art Therapist

ATR, LAT, LPC

I specialize in supporting children and teens through difficult times, including gender and identity exploration, depression, anxiety, and adjustment to changing life circumstances. Art therapy is an excellent tool for helpful young people navigate their feelings.

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Julie Kirchner (She/her)

Marriage and Family Therapist Associate

Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA

I enjoy helping families struggling with children and adolescent issues, from behavioral issues to feelings of depression and anxiety, to help them find ways to resolve their problems. I have training in play therapy for children as young as 3 years old. I also enjoy working with children who have physical or emotional disabilities. I'm here to help the child and family navigate through these difficult times that they may face.

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Sofia Jasani (she/her/hers)

Professional Counselor Associate

Professional Counselor Associate, NCC

In the playroom, children can express their emotions, develop coping skills, improve social skills, strengthen their family relationships, and improve behavior in a way that comes naturally to them. I provide in-person play therapy for children ages 3-10 adjusting to loss and change in the family, struggling in school, experiencing anxiety, depression, chronic illness, disability, and racial stress.

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Brittany Eide

Professional Counselor Associate

I have been working with children and teens directly in many different capacities since 1998. I felt a calling to do so from a very early age. I have a BS, MSCP, and two certifications in people-centered, helping fields that have taught me much about how to connect with children and adolescents.

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Sylas Veit (he/they)

Professional Counselor Associate

MA in Marriage, Couple and Family Therapy

I have worked consistently with children, adolescent and their families both during my graduate internships and in my private practice. I have also taken specific coursework in group counseling with children and child development. My youngest client was five years old, and we had a blast! I feel comfortable exploring concerns around school, family relationships, identity exploration, and more. I use a gentle and curious approach so kids and teens can go at their own pace.

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Danielle Thompson

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

I have a passion working with adolescents, and their passion for life. Adolescents present with a unique perspective on life, which is encouraging to experience.

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Jamie Krahulec (she/they)

Professional Counselor Associate

MA, BA, #R7573

I use child-centered play therapy integrated with expressive art therapy because I believe that to help children requires using their own language and taking care to communicate within individual developmental parameters. I’ve had training for children and parents including trauma-focused CBT, gender-affirming play therapy, parenting amidst the pandemic, trust based relational intervention, child-parent relationship therapy and am working towards certification as a Registered Play Therapist.

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Corinne Allen

Clinical Social Work Associate

I have undergone specific training in adolescent issues, including development, attachment, relationship issues, healthy functioning, and skill building. I have extensive experience working with adolescents in a variety of settings.

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