The Center for Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health
Behavioral health is an essential component of healthy functioning. When we experience stress to this area of our lives, we see impact on all domains including school functioning, physical health, family dynamics, and social relationships. Our children, adolescents and young adults are not immune to this stress making the behavioral health of our youth an ever-growing concern in our community.
At Cognitive Behavior Institute, we have recognized this need and are striving to support families through the establishment of a safe and supportive environment where children, adolescents and young adults can receive the behavioral health services they deserve.
What is Behavioral Health?
Behavioral health is the promotion of well-being through prevention and intervention with a focus on addressing mental health, improving behaviors, and promoting resiliency for the future. At our center, we provide treatment to children, adolescents, and young adults struggling with:
- Emotion Regulation
- Parent or Sibling Conflict
- Academic/School Difficulties
- Peer Difficulties
- Behavior Problems
- Coping Skills
- Anger Management
- Social Skills
At our Center for Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health we are committed to providing evidence-based, goal-oriented and strength-based services to children, adolescents and young adults.
- Evidence-Based: The services we provide are based only in the most current and relevant research available.
- Goal-Oriented: It is our mission to support the goals that are most important to meeting your individual behavioral health needs.
- Strength-Based: We believe that the children, adolescents and young adults we serve already have resources, assets, and skills to help them succeed. We work to help you leverage those strengths to reach your goals and foster resilience.
We have licensed clinicians who specialize in working specifically with youth. Each clinician is devoted to establishing positive and collaborative relationships to promote healthy development.
Services We Offer
Our clinicians utilize a tailored approach to determine the needs of each child, adolescent, and young adult we see. Initial evaluations are conducted with every individual. These evaluations typically include a clinical interview with the client and family, completion of behavioral assessments, and discussion of initial recommendations for services.
Individualized testing is available by a licensed psychologist for further diagnostic needs. Psychological testing is typically beneficial for those seeking additional understanding of their child or adolescent’s educational functioning such as those with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and other learning difficulties.
Our clinicians are trained in a range of therapeutic modalities including cognitive-behavioral therapy, art therapy, behavior modification, child-centered play therapy, telehealth and group treatment models. With each evaluation, clinicians work with individuals and their families to determine what best supports their unique needs.
Psychiatric services for children, adolescents, and young adults are available at our center. In collaboration with your clinician, this service may be integrated into a global treatment plan to meet your individual needs.
Behavior management support is available to parents, families, and other caregivers who are involved in the care of a child. Clinicians who specialize in evidence-based techniques work with families to develop a plan for increasing compliance and improving the attachment relationship.
Our specialized staff are available for consultation with schools, agencies, and other health professionals.
Groups seeking professional development are encouraged to contact our center. Professionals are available and qualified to provide training on a wide range of topics related to child & adolescent behavioral health. Trainings can be provided at our location or yours. Continuing education credits are available.
Let Us Help
To schedule an appointment, please contact us at: (724) 609-5002 and one of our knowledgeable staff can assist you.
Additional information regarding our center and other services offered at Cognitive Behavior Institute is also available on our website at: www.papsychotherapy.org.