Psychotherapy for Children, Teens, Young Adults, and Parents
Psychotherapy is a mental health service that provides a supportive environment where you can talk openly with someone who’s objective, neutral and nonjudgmental. In our therapy sessions, we work together to identify and change the thought and behavior patterns that are keeping you from feeling your best.
By the time you’re done, you will not only have worked through the problem that brought you in, but you will have learned new skills that can help you better cope with whatever challenges arise in the future.
Tara Kreider Psychotherapy Provides:
Services for Children:
- Play Therapy
- Teen Psychotherapy
- School Observation and Consultation
- Parent Coaching
Services for Young Adults:
- Live Video Therapy (Telehealth)
- Children ages 3-10 with a wide range of emotional and developmental issues
- Teens with troubling emotions, relationship problems, and anxiety,
- Parents with difficulties building or maintaining the connection and boundaries they want with their biological/foster/adoptive child,
- Young adults ages 18-35 at a point where they want to gain clarity about difficult life experiences and plan for a positive future.
Psychotherapy looks different for every client. My approach is primarily drawn from person-centered, relational, humanistic, and psychodynamic psychotherapies. This approach is significantly supported by research, which states that the therapist-client relationship is the primary agent of change. Based on a profound trust in the human capacity for self-healing and self-correction, I help clients work out what stands in their way of growth, practice ways to cope, and build up their capacities to sustain their progress. Therapeutic art and writing, body-based therapy, and mindfulness practice may be a part of the therapeutic process. I can tailor a client’s therapy in light of their interests, needs, and preferences.