Individual Psychotherapy for Adults, Children & Adolescents
Sessions may include talking, drawing, directive activities, homework assignments, game playing and/or role playing to help facilitate communication, problem solving and resolution of struggles.
Children's family members may also need to be more actively involved in treatment in order to help resolve struggles affecting the functioning of the family. Family sessions may include the child's parent(s)/caregiver(s) and/or siblings.
Play Therapy for Young Children
Young children might not yet have the language capabilities or desire to talk about their problems or struggles. Play therapy provides an outlet for children to communicate thru their play. Sessions may be non-directive, directive or a mixture of the two based on the child's needs.
ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders)
Behavioral & Emotional Struggles
DFPS (CPS) Requested
Developmental Disabilities (Autism Spectrum)
Parents Preparing for International Adoption
*NOW OFFERING SCHOOL BASED CONSULTATION*
When your child is struggling in school, it can be difficult to know how to help them. Even for families currently receiving Special Education services, navigating the system is hard. Consultation with a licensed School Psychologist will help you understand what options are available and how to have a voice in your child’s education. This includes how to initiate the Special Education process, full and individual evaluations, behavioral concerns, Autism-specific supports, and any other questions you may have about the process or paperwork involved.
Getting Started with Children
A parent/caregiver interview will be scheduled prior to beginning treatment with your child to discuss family history, academic/social functioning, daily living and medical history. Concerns regarding your child's behavioral and emotional struggles will also be discussed, and a treatment plan will be formulated. (Note: your child will not need to be present at this session)
Sessions with your child will proceed at a determined frequency by Dr. Campbell and/or her associates.
Dr. Campbell and her associates work closely with parents/caregivers in order to best treat your child. They welcomes phone calls/emails from parents/caregivers in between sessions to provide updates on the child's functioning, as well as to ask any questions that may arise throughout treatment.