Services & Specialties

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Services & Specialities

 

Hopeful Hearts Therapy specializes in working with children, adolescents, young adults & their families to address a wide array of mental health issues, as well as a variety of parenting concerns. Our services include:

 

Clinical

  • Play Therapy
  • Adolescent therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Eating Disorder Treatment
  • Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for Trauma
  • Parent Coaching & Counseling
  • Yoga and Mindfulness Techniques for Children and Families
  • Telehealth

 

Professional
(see Professional Services and Events for more information)

  • Professional Education and Training
  • Clinical supervision (for those looking to obtain their LCSW or maintain their LCSW)
  • Internships

 

Why Come to Hopeful Hearts Therapy

  • Adjustment issues (parental divorce, parent getting remarried, blended families, birth of a sibling, starting a new school or daycare, moving)
  • Anxiety (separation anxiety, social anxiety, school anxiety, shyness)
  • Depression
  • Eating Disorders (disordered eating, restriction, binging, purging, poor body image)
  • Grief (death of a parent, grandparent, sibling, pet or close family member or friend)
  • Impact of Chronic Illness or Injury
  • Impact of Natural Disasters and/or Acts of Terrorism
  • Loss (loss of a parent due to military deployment, divorce or incarceration)
  • Parenting Skills (effective discipline, consistent consequences, household rules)
  • Physical, Emotional, Psychological or Sexual Abuse
  • School problems (behavioral problems, poor grades, attention problems, social skills, bullies)
  • Sleep Issues (nightmares, night terrors, trouble falling or staying asleep, inability to sleep in their own bed)