Child and family friendly
Most parents, deep down, really do want the best life possible for their children. Afterall, our children are playing and practicing to become the better person they see residing within their parents. But, there are so many challenging life issues that create problems preventing children from safely growing into and leading meaningful adult lives. Whether your child’s experiencing traumatic events, behavioral changes or acting out, anxiety, depression, self-harming, social awkwardness, self regulation, OCD, major life losses, self control issues, developmental/emotional disorders or disabilities; we offer a creative-design model that empowers children to learn, live, and lead life beyond the chronically stressful cares of modern life. Our caring heart approach creates safe places where children embrace the process of becoming vulnerable risk takers who play, work, and receive permission to express deep-seated emotions and feelings; as well as develop coping skills, all in an environment where they can creatively imagine how to build boundaries that allow them to take control and be themselves.
For children, teenagers, and adults alike, our counseling cafe, multi-sensory room, and play therapy room provide a welcoming place where families can come and experience a refreshingly interactive, solution-focused, approach that provides meaningful outcomes capable of addressing and empowering families to live beyond traumatic life concerns. Every family we serve will encounter a family life pastoral counseling model that meets them where they are, at their point of need, thus empowering parents and children to utilize creactive-design approaches to empower lasting life changes. These kinds of empathy based rational self-counseling initiatives equip and empower families to make positive life changes. Engaging every child, family, and person, we counsel to begin living all the life they imagined possible and becoming all the person they were created in Christ to be.
Is your child experiencing:
- Traumatic Events or Major Life Losses
- Behavioral Changes or Acting Out
- Anxiety or Depression
- Social Awkwardness or Self Regulation
- OCD or Self Control Issues
- Developmental / Emotional Disorders or Disabilities