CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHOTHERAPY

ADULT & couples PSYCHOTHERAPY

NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL/Psychoeducational
testing and EVALUATIONS

GROUP THERAPY & skills groups
FOR KIDS AND PARENTS

educational therapy

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

PLAY THERAPY

DANCE AND MOVEMENT THERAPY

PARENTING SUPPORT AND CONSULTATION

 

The professionals at the Center for Connection approach the struggles at hand with curiosity.  Behavior is communication, telling us what skills still need to be developed.  Because behavior has a purpose and is often a reflection of what is happening in the brain, mind, and body, we need to peel back the layers to understand the meaning of the actions.  From this lens, we see a person's actions as the beginning of understanding—a place to help us ask better questions about what is taking place in the environment, both relationally and internally, in order to start building skills and make lasting change from the inside out.  In other words, we want to look deeper and offer much more than a narrowly focused behavioral approach that just seeks to extinguish a behavior or promote a new one.

Instead, we want to meet children exactly where they are, understanding them and getting clear on who they are and how their reactivity tells us in what areas they need connections, both relationally and neurologically, as well as in what circumstances they need better strategies to feel competent and confident.  When we care about kids, our purpose is to change more than behavior.  We work at the level of creating new connections in the brain and nervous system in order to make lasting optimal change as development unfolds.


our Team of professionals Offers expertise in the following areas:

ADHD

Addiction recovery

Adolescent depression

Adoption

Anxiety

Attachment disorders

Autism/Spectrum/Asperger’s

Depression

Development disorders

Discipline issues

Disruptive behavior disorders

Divorce

Eating disorders

Epilepsy

Family conflict

Fertility and pregnancy

Giftedness

Grief

Habit disorders

Learning and communication disabilities

LGBT issues

Life transitions

Mood disorder

Oppositional defiance

Parenting support

Phobias

Selective mutism

Self-harming

Sexual abuse

Sleep problems

Teen violence

Testing and evaluation

Tic disorders

Tourette’s Syndrome

Trauma and PTSD

Twice-exceptional

Violent behavior

Financial Consideration

The therapists at the CFC are independent contractors who set their own rates.  Sliding scale fees are often available, but the therapists do not participate with insurance providers due to the significant difficulties with reimbursement and administrative staff time necessary to handle this part of the practice. Therefore, patients pay at the appointment time and then may request out-of-network partial reimbursement from their insurance company. Many insurance plans pay part of the fees. Further information regarding specific fees for evaluation or therapy services will be provided during the initial phone or in-person contact.

Forms

Informed consent form

Release of information form

Please note:  The Center for Connection does not provide or perform therapeutic, psychological, or other professional services for which a license is required.  Any professional services for which a license is required are provided solely and directly by licensed practitioners through their independent professional service businesses.  These licensed practitioners are not employees of the Center for Connection.