​Child, Teen, Adolescence Therapy & Counseling Philadelphia, PA


Your child or adolescent won’t talk to you.

You see your child or adolescent struggling, but you can’t get them to talk to you. You’ve tried everything from bribing them to forcing them to sit down with you. Nothing has worked.

As your child goes through struggles, you’re reminded of the struggles you had as a child or adolescent. Growing up can be so emotionally taxing on both of you!

You don’t know how to help, but you want to!

You want the best for your child or adolescent, to lead them to a bright future, and to let them know you love them. Sometimes, you struggle to get these messages across.

You need extra support and guidance. Your child or adolescent needs a safe space to explore and be free of pressure, judgment, or influence.

Healing and strength are possible.

Through individual therapy for your child or adolescent with family therapy consultations, your child or adolescent will become more intone with themselves. They’ll learn the skills to emotionally regulate, the language to express themselves in a healthy way, and the courage to open themselves to life’s greatest joys.

Therapy can be fun! Through exploration with the use of music, art, role-playing, and games your child or adolescent will begin to improve upon their relationships. They will begin to heal from their past, and gain strength for their future.

Safety in a therapist.

Children and teens tend to be highly influenced by loved ones. They see their parents as heroes, their friends as keepers of their reputations, but might see themselves as the lowest person on the totem pole.

By working with a therapist, your child or teen can feel safe to explore themselves and how they fit into the world without fear of judgment or feeling like they need to prove something. They can find themselves, express themselves, and learn to love themselves.

Common Child or Adolescent Therapy Topics

  • Behavioral Issues
  • Puberty
  • Talking Back
  • Rule Breaking
  • Bullying
  • Low grades in school
  • High stress
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Separation/Divorce
  • Trauma
  • Relationships
  • Breakups
  • Parent with a mental or medical illness
  • Loss of a parent
  • Preparing for college
  • Transitioning schools
  • Choosing a high school

Help is just a phone call away. We can help you decide which type of therapy is right for you. With multiple therapists on staff that have specialized training in working with children and adolescents with specified treatment modalities, we are confident that we can serve you in the best way possible!

Online Child, Teen, Adolescence Therapy & Counseling

Online Child, Teen, Adolescence Therapy & Counseling, or Telehealth, can be helpful for a range of reasons. For instance, life gets busy, and it’s not always easy to make it into an office setting. Having a session from the convenience of your office or home may be best for you.

Or you experience elevated levels of anxiety or depression to where it is difficult for you to be in person with others. Having an appointment from the comforts of your own home may afford you the space to be vulnerable in other ways while you’re working toward growth.

Either way, we’re here to help you work in a way that feels right to you. Be sure to discuss with our intake specialist your options for telephone or video chat therapy! We work on a HIPAA-compliant platform that is free to you so that your confidentiality is guaranteed.

What is Child, Adolescent, or Teen Therapy & Counseling?

Child & Adolescence therapy, or counseling for kids, is designed to help children and teens their challenges. These challenges include mental illnesses, traumatic events, the loss of family members, difficult feelings and behaviors.

Child counselors and child therapists are trained to work with children and understand how a child’s mind works. This helps them to break down the child’s problems in a way they can understand. There is not an age limit for which children can and can’t receive counseling or therapy.

No matter the child’s age, the goal of child therapy is to help them get back on a mentally healthy route. If children do not receive the mental treatment that they need, they may experience unsavory developmental, mental, and emotional effects later in life.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for ADHD Child

Child Trauma Therapy

Child Abuse Therapy

Child Sexual Abuse Therapy

Child of Divorce Therapy

Child Art Therapy

Child Development Therapy

Child Anger Management Therapy

Child Therapy Interventions

Teen Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Teen Depression Therapy

Teen Pregnancy Counseling

Teen Drug Counseling

Parent Child & Teen Interaction Therapy

Signs Your Child or Teen Needs Therapy & Counseling