We recognize young adults are in a uniquely challenging stage of their lives. Defined as individuals between the ages of 18 and 25, this stage of life generally involves transitioning towards independence and an expectation of greater self-reliance. Navigating these experiences inevitably may lead to increased "adult" level stressors.
Our initial assessment and diagnostic findings will guide comprehensive treatment planning and subsequent recommendations for clinical interventions and services.
Diagnostic issues we commonly treat may be, but are not limited to:
ADD / ADHD
Grief and Loss
Anxiety, Phobia and Panic Disorders
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Cognitive and Learning Impairments
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Your primary clinician will determine the best course of care. Our collaborative treatment planning process may include one or several of the following interventions:
Medication Evaluation and Monitoring
School Consultation and Collaboration
Theme-Based Skills Workshops