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Speech Therapy

Focuses on speech and language as well as picky eating and swallowing too

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT breaks behavior down into smaller more manageable parts. Those parts may include the existing situation, thoughts, physical feelings, emotions, and actions.

Physical Therapy

Trained professionals evaluate and treat abnormal physical function and help to improve mobility and movement.

Occupational Therapy

Often focuses on teaching and modifying daily life skills which can help lead a child to increased independence. Fine motor skills are a focus during occupational therapy.

Sensory Processing Therapy

The aim of sensory integration therapy is to help children with sensory issues by exposing them to sensory stimulation in a structured, repetitive way. The idea is that the brain will slowly adapt to sensations which will allow children to process those sensations more effectively.


A way to train brain activity with the intention of teaching self-regulation. This type of therapy is known as a complementary and or alternative treatment for many brain dysfunctions.


Assesses overall mental health and may suggest and provide prescriptions for potential helpful medications for mental health diagnoses such as anxiety, depression, and bi-polar disorder.


Can not medicate your child but can provide tools to help your child navigate their mental health concerns and daily life struggles.

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

We can discuss pros and cons of ABA and what to look for in an ABA center if you choose this therapy route. ABA is the application of proven interventions used to improve socially significant behaviors in a meaningful way.

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