Helping Children with Behavioral Challenges
When you became a parent, you dreamed about the joys of having a child. You never imagined that this job could be so difficult. And challenges like separation anxiety, excessive worrying, school expulsion or nasty attitudes and disrespect didn’t even cross your radar. But now that these challenges have become common place in your life, you’re looking for help. You want to help, but you just don’t know what to do next because nothing has worked.
Depending on the issue that you are facing with your child, we’ve got the right therapist to help your child (and to help and support you as a parent along the way). Check out our child therapists below to find the right fit for your situation.
Looking for answers?
Is this behavior normal?
Do all parents feel this way, or did I do something wrong?
Why won’t my child listen to me?
I’ve tried everything and nothing has worked. What do I do?
My kid is about to get kicked out of daycare/school. What do I do now?
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Helping Children with these Common Conditions
Click a condition to learn how we can help.
- Struggling with Divorce
- Daycare/School Behaviors
- Grief and Bereavement
- Parent Child Conflict
- Sensory Processing Disorder
- Reactive Attachment Disorder
- Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Meet our therapists specialized in working with your child
Angie Rotter, NCC, LPC-MH, QMHP
Hi! My name is Angie and for the last 10+ years, I have been working with children and teens with challenging behaviors and traumatic experiences. I am here to partner with you as a parent, experience the joys and challenges of parenthood together with you as I help you and your child take that first step towards a better life.
Emily Learing, LMFT, Play Therapist
Hi! My name is Emily and I am a play therapist. In my work with children, I believe that the number one goal needs to be supporting the parents who care for the children. As a mom myself, I find the role of parent to be both exciting and exhausting, and I’m here to support you (not judge you) as you and I work together to help your child start to improve behaviors and make life more enjoyable for the entire family. I look forward to meeting you and your child!