Parent-Child Interactional Therapy

Parent-Child Therapy is a research supported evidence based intervention model for children age 0-6 who are experiencing mental health, attachment, or behavioral concerns and/or have experienced some form of trauma. Therapy sessions include both the child and the parent or their primary caregiver. A central goal is to provide parental education and guidance to address behavioral difficulties, and strengthen the parent/child relationship. Interventions are tailored to each individual child and his/her family dynamic. Therapy typically involves weekly hour long sessions.