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Therapy for Children

Common Issues We Work With & Concerns We See

  • Anxiety 

  • Depression

  • Sensory Processing Difficulties

  • Anger 

  • Emotional Disturbances

  • Bullying

  • Behavioral Concerns

  • Grief

  • Among Others


Our Approach

When our children begin to struggle, we often feel inadequate in our ability to help. At Arise Counseling & Therapy, we provide child therapy to meet an array of needs including sensory processing difficulties, anxiety, depression, anger management, emotional disturbances, bullying, behavioral concerns, grief and more. We want to work alongside you, as their parent or caregiver, to not only meet their immediate needs but also give them tools and coping skills for a successful future. We will work together to determine the best approach for your child which may involve a combination of individual, parenting, and/or family sessions. Play therapy may also be utilized. For children under age 13, an initial intake will be conducted with the parent/guardian first and then future sessions with your child will be scheduled.


What to Expect

  • Initial Intake Session, where you, your child and your therapist will learn more about one another and make the decision if this is the best fit, as well as determine the goals you’d like to work on together. 

  • Following Sessions, where chosen goals will be worked on utilizing evidence based techniques combined with your child’s unique needs and your therapist’s personal style. 


Each child is different, which means these sessions are tailored to your child’s individual concerns, goals, and needs. Your therapist will work with you and your child to determine which discussions, strategies, and timeline benefits your child’s counseling or therapy the most. 

How to Get Started

We look forward to teaming up with you as their parent to provide the best possible support for your family. If you are interested in scheduling an appointment or have any questions, please email us at We look forward to chatting with you!

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