Evaluation, Testing, and Counseling for Kids and Teens
Kids love our child and adolescent specialists! When your child is having behavioral problems, seems anxious or troubled, or is not reaching his or her potential in school, we can help with counseling services. Behavioral and emotional problems have many possible causes, and our psychologists and therapists can help get to the root of the problem and provide targeted therapy to help your child improve. When there are academic problems, it may be for reasons beyond your child's control. Learning disabilities, ADD, ADHD, behavioral disorders, and other psychological problems can interfere with academic success. Our child psychologists in Cary NC can help determine the cause of your little one's struggles in a positive, comfortable environment. Our licensed professional counselors provide therapy as well.
If your child is having difficulty paying attention in school, can't stay organized, is easily distracted, or has difficulty sitting still, he or she may have ADD or ADHD. Click here to find out more about ADHD and how we can help.
If you have a very bright four-year-old and believe that starting kindergarten early would be best for him or her, click here to learn about our early entry to kindergarten testing services.
If you are concerned that your child may have difficulty learning, we can help. We provide full scale IQ and achievement testing to determine your child's unique strengths and needs. We use only the most valid and reliable tests to ensure an accurate assessment. Click to learn more about this type of evaluation.
Why is my child having so much trouble staying out of trouble? We help children and teens with defiance, anger, tantrums, and other behavior problems.
Looking for family counseling in Cary? Family therapy can help with all kinds of struggles in the home. A family therapist can work with just two family members in conflict or the whole group.
If your child or teen is withdrawn, sad, or showing other signs of unhappiness, it is important to take it seriously. Depression can lead to suicide, so let us talk to your child to evaluate the problem and make a plan to address this very treatable problem.