Children and Family Services

Adult and Child Services

  • Diagnostic assessments for children ages 0-17 years
  • Infant Early Childhood Therapy Services (all recognized as evidenced-based practices by the state of Minnesota and commercial insurance plans) include:
    • Attachment Bio-behavioral Catch-up (ABC): ages 6-48 months
      • ABC is an infant/toddler-caregiver treatment developed to treat infants/toddlers who have experienced early adversity. Caregivers are coached by the therapist in three skills while learning to reduce frightening and overwhelming behaviors with their young children. http://www.infantcaregiverproject.com/
    • Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP): ages 0-6 years
      CPP is a child-caregiver treatment developed to examine how the trauma and the caregivers’ relational history affect the caregiver-child relationship and the child’s developmental trajectory. http://childtrauma.ucsf.edu/
    • Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT): ages 3-7 years
      PCIT is a treatment for young children with emotional and behavioral disorders that place emphasis on improving the quality of the caregiver-child relationship and strengthening caregiver-child interaction patterns to improve calm, warmth, and focus within caregiving relationship. http://www.pcit.org/
  • Outpatient Therapy Services specialties include:
    • TF-CBT
  • Family Therapy