Anchoring Connections is a Child and Family mental health practice that specializes in using the power of play with family systems theory to promote quality mental health services to all ages. The goal is to build resiliency and connections to adapt to life challenges. Building a foundation on the family system, and with play being a child's first language, we are able to break through barriers of traditional child and family therapy.
At our initial parent meeting we will discuss the challenges that you are facing and come up with a treatment plan to best suit the individual needs of your child and family. Some challenges may be ability to communicate needs which lead to undesirable behaviors such as tantrums, sleep disturbance, school avoidance, anxiety, depression, inability to attach to caregivers, transitions, grief and loss, and feelings of low self worth. Using playful interventions, your child will feel heard and can process the challenges they are facing.
Clients:Ages 4-18, Family Counseling
- Life Transitions
- Family Systems
- Behavioral Challenges
- Greif and Loss
- Gender Identity
- Sexual Orientation