Could You Use Some Support?


The sooner we can assess and nip things in the bud, so to speak, the better. When our kids were tiny, we called the pediatrician at the slightest something “different” and usually it was nothing—but we just needed to make sure. As our kids get older, we become more confident that we know our kids and how they are doing, but as they get to the tween years and beyond, we often are told that something is a “phase” and sometimes, this is true! Sometimes these phases, if left to continue, can become more fixed issues that can pave a rough trail and are best checked out quickly. That’s where we can come in to help:


Concerns about food?   Learn more.


Concerns about mood?   Learn more.


Concerns about anxiety and OCD?  Learn more.

Concerns about body image?   Learn more.