Child and Family Counseling

Child and Family Counseling

Early, nurturing relationships are one of the most important factors in your child’s development of a sense of self and of others. Healthy social-emotional development builds self-confidence, compassion and an overall positive outlook on life. It also shapes your child’s ability to cope with stress and manage feelings.

Child and Family Counseling at Child Development Institute

Mental health therapy at CDI incorporates cutting-edge treatment and best-practice strategies to create an individualized plan to meet your child and family’s specific needs.

CDI Mental Health Therapists are licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, as well as experienced mental health interns working towards licensure, that work with families to provide services that will benefit your child’s development and growth and your family’s wellbeing.

Mental health therapy is available to children and parents/caregivers to help create and strengthen a healthy emotional environment at home. Mental health therapy can also help build resiliency and the ability to cope with stressors in a positive manner.

Areas Of Specialty

− Prenatal and Postnatal counseling
− Sleep issues
− Feeding issues
− Attachment and bonding
− Developmental delays
− Behavior problems
− Frequent temper tantrums
− Learning or attention problems
− Social withdrawal or isolation
− Regular worry and anxiety
− Bereavement issues
− Exposure to traumatic event
− Building self regulation, coping strategies and problem solving skills

CDI is available to answer any of your questions or concerns about your child and family. For more information, contact Tessa Graham, Director of Clinical Programs at  818-888-4559 or email tgraham@cdikids.org.

  • Child Development Institute
    818-888-4559

  • Early Learning Center
    818-712-0453

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