The Center for Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health is dedicated to enhancing the well-being of our community's children, adolescents, and caregivers. We recognize the crucial need for emotional and behavioral support for our youth. National data indicates that as many as one in five U.S. youth have been diagnosed with a mental, behavioral, or developmental disorder. Thankfully, there are treatments that research has found to be effective in terms of reducing distress and increasing children’s positive functioning. Our clinicians at CBI utilize these evidence-based treatments to empower children and caregivers to strengthen the skills and habits that allow them to succeed in school, friendships, and life.
Behavioral health is fundamental to overall well-being. Stress in this area can impact school performance, physical health, family dynamics, and social relationships. Recognizing the increasing need for youth behavioral health services, we at Cognitive Behavior Institute strive to create a safe and supportive environment where children, adolescents, and young adults can receive the care they deserve.
Throughout development, children and adolescents may exhibit a number of concerning or unhelpful behaviors. It is often tricky to determine when a behavior represents a “typical” or “normal” behavior within the child’s developmental stage versus behavior that may suggest a more distressing or significant concern. When a behavior is causing significant distress, or unpleasant feelings, such as increased anxiety, trouble sleeping … this may be a sign that therapy is warranted. Another indicator of the need for therapy is when the behavior is interfering, or getting in the way, of the child.
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 for children, adolescents, and young adults struggling with:
Your child may benefit from counseling if you see any of the following:
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.
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. For best results, the expectation would be the child to practice homework in between sessions.
Types of therapy provided at CBI: