For Families, Children, Teens, Parents and Adults
Anxiety, depression, trauma, social difficulties, and problems with school and work are a few of the areas that might bring you or your family to therapy. At The Center for Relational and Family Therapy, our therapists are licensed professionals that are comfortable with a range of issues. We see individuals, children, parents, and entire families.
Adults, teens and children can be seen in one-on-one therapy. It is common for most therapists at our Center to recommend a weekly meeting. For adults, therapy often involves talking to the therapist in a confidential and comfortable treatment room. We strive to make the therapy room feel like a home-environment rather than a clinic. For children, we offer play and expressive arts therapy; we have two uniquely designed child therapy rooms. Teens and pre-teens sometimes enjoy a blend of talk therapy and interactive therapy games. In general, we try to make the therapy environment as welcoming and non-intimidating as possible. Speak with your therapist to learn more about what therapy might look like for you.
For younger children or teens, our team may recommend wrap-around care where parent-child, parent coaching, and individual child therapy are all possibilities. We also offer family or sibling therapy where each child can have their own therapist, and the therapists work as a cohesive treatment team with the parents.
Neuropsychological, Academic, and Forensic Psychological Assessment
Our team specializes in assessment and diagnosis of neuropsychological disorders such as ADHD and autism spectrum disorders. We also offer academic and psycho-social testing for school accommodations. We can work with your school on the design of an IEP or 504 plan and recommend tailored tutoring. Our licensed psychologists have completed advanced training in forensic family assessment and are available for consultation and records review for court purposes.
Here For You When Life Gets Complicated
Sometimes families come to us with complex referral questions: Should my child receive an assessment from an outside psychologist or the school psychologist? How do I create a parenting plan? Should I begin medications now or just start with therapy? How do I find a psychologist that will serve as an expert witness in Court for my family? For all the questions life throws at you, we can provide consultation. Our therapists can meet you for one or more sessions to direct you to the next steps. We can also create a comprehensive treatment plan and connect you to the appropriate resources and support. We can even provide care management, attend meetings outside of the CRAFT clinic and follow-up to make sure all professionals involved in the treatment remain on the same page.
Our psychologists have specialized training in forensic psychology for questions that pertain to domestic violence, sexual abuse, family and dependency court, CPS, divorce, custody and other common forensic issues.
The majority of our clinicians are contracted with several major insurance companies including those listed below and more. We will also submit claims as out-of-network providers, which means you can be partially reimbursed for the cost of the session.
We accept Medicare but are not currently able to accept Medicaid (Apple Care/Molina).
Call us and your insurance company to confirm coverage prior to your first visit.