Therapy can help children and their families cope with many difficulties including moodiness, irritability, anxiety, inattention, and stress. The family, child, and therapist will work collaboratively to determine appropriate goals to improve your child’s quality of life.
Testing can help determine your child’s current functioning and can help to clarify any difficulties your child may be experiencing. Formal testing should be considered when your child may appear to have social, behavioral, developmental, or learning concerns.
School can be a challenging environment for many children. School consultations assist with observing your child in the school environment, helping with classroom accommodations, and advocating for an individualized education program (IEP) or 504 Plan.
"Dr. Jill is approachable and listens to our concerns as parents. She has fostered a relationship with our daughter's school so that what our daughter is learning at therapy extends to all aspects of her life. Her approach is compassionate, realistic and effective. The changes we have seen in our daughter both socially and behaviorally are truly amazing!"
"Dr. Jill has been extremely helpful to our son and to our entire family. She is personable, friendly, collaborative, and always willing to go above and beyond to help us! We are so thankful we found her!"
"Dr. Jill changed Jack and our family's lives in so many ways! She is a gift and a blessing to so many!"