Child, Adolescent & Family Services
When children and adolescents need help in maximizing their potential and overcoming challenges, we can help them thrive. Our aim is to help children improve in the different contexts of their lives including home, school, and peer relationships. We counsel parents to strengthen families and foster a nurturing environment.
Our Child, Adolescent and Family Program includes a team of licensed staff therapists and post-graduate fellows who are dedicated and passionate about helping children, adolescents, young adults and their families struggling with a variety of challenges. Our therapists are trained to work with a range of child and teen issues such as anxiety, depression, grief and loss, ADHD, self-esteem, adjustment to divorce, and family conflict. We work with families from a wide variety of backgrounds including diverse ethnicities, income levels, educational backgrounds, and sexual identities.
Our treatment approach is collaborative, research informed, and family focused. We treat children with a variety of behavioral, cognitive, and emotional issues across different developmental stages – early childhood through emerging adults. We uses a variety of modalities to help children and families achieve their goals such as individual therapy, family therapy, and group therapy.
Our process begins by understanding children through multiple environments in order to develop a customized treatment plan with appropriate and attainable goals. When necessary, we collaborate with other TFI programs, such as Neuropsychological Assessment Program and the Psychiatric Services Program, in order to provide comprehensive care.
- Dr. Danielle Black, LCP, Director
- Dr. Marina Eovaldi, LMFT
- Dr. David Hauser
- Brooke Hartman, LCSW
- Robin Maddox, MSMFT
- Brittney Bolden, MSMFT
- Laura Willig Dink, MSMFT
- Christie Stiff, MSMFT