My Services

We are currently doing virtual sessions due to COVID-19.

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Individual Therapy involves establishing a therapeutic relationship with the child or adolescent to resolve symptoms of psychological distress, relationship problems, and difficulties coping with life.

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Individual Therapy involves establishing a therapeutic relationship with the child or adolescent to resolve symptoms of psychological distress, relationship problems, and difficulties coping with life.

I am currently doing online sessions for COVID-19.

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Groups and workshops are developed and utilized to help children, adolescents, and parents with common issues. They usually have a psycho-educational component to develop and practice skills to improve functioning.

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Family Therapy is designed to improve family functioning, increase positive communication, and reduce negative behavior within family interactions.

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EMDR is Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. It is the use of bilateral stimulation to help process traumatic events, unpleasant feelings and emotions, and intrusive thoughts. EMDR has been used to help people reprocess and reduce the overwhelming effects of trauma and other problems.

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Play is the natural language used by children to make sense of their experiences and the world around them. This special process uses toys, games, art, movement, books and other items familiar to children to help them feel comfortable and to help the therapist understand and treat their presenting issues.

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Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT) is an evidence-based model of treatment for children and adolescents used to reduce the symptoms of trauma. Research indicates TF-CBT reduces symptoms related to post traumatic stress disorder. The model has specific sessions that are used for both the child/adolescent of the traumatic event as well as their parents.

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Traumatic Stress reactions to serious illness, pain, frightening and/or invasive medical procedures can cause significant physiological and psychological problems in daily functioning for children and their parents/caregivers. Significant problems can include re-experiencing the events and/or feelings of emotional distress associated with the events(s). Psychological symptoms can also include avoidance and hyper-arousal. These may manifest as irritability, detachment, withdrawal, hyper-vigilance, and trouble concentrating or sleeping. New somatic complains of headaches and bellyaches may so be symptomatic of this type of stress reaction. 

Children of divorce may experience an extreme sense of grief and loss. The negative effects of divorce on children may include an array of emotional, psychological, physiological, and academic problems that can significantly impair their daily functioning. If their parents are in hostile conflict with each other, the children may develop symptoms that are more pervasive and severe. Children who experience this level of stress have developed conditions such adjustment disorders, anxiety disorders, and depressive disorders.

© 2018 by Kim Rosborough

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