Behavioral Health

Many factors can affect a child or youth’s behaviors and it isn’t always based in mental health issues. Behavior problems can be part of life changes such as blended families, death, divorce, changing schools, and other events. Research is finding that trauma is no longer a term used to describe large and significant events, but can also describe the small events that we seem to ignore or take for granted, but which have a large impact on the way we respond to every day circumstances. Our professional team can help you with your child’s behavior issues. Through assessment, observation and treatment, you and your child can discover the factors that influence their behavior, learn skills and strategies for managing or changing the behavior and in extreme cases, find out if medication management would be beneficial.