C.R.E.A.T.E. Outcomes® for Adolescents
At C.R.E.A.T.E. Outcomes we specialize in helping adolescents realize their fullest potential by understanding who they are and where they would like to go. Teenagers face unique challenges, such as academic expectations, social pressures, and identity confusion.
HOW WE CAN HELP
Our qualified therapists will motivate your adolescent to engage in the process of reaching their full potential. We will equip your adolescent with the coping skills that are necessary to overcome life’s roadblocks, such as loss, depression, anxiety, trauma, isolation, and difficult transitions.
We have developed the C.R.E.A.T.E. Outcomes® Model to ensure that your adolescent is receiving tools that are based on empirical research. Our model can be adapted to his or her unique needs while maintaining a clear map of their progress.
The C.R.E.A.T.E. Outcomes Model is at the heart of all of the work we do to support individuals, families and organizations.
SERVICES FOR ADOLESCENTS
Individual Therapy: A collaborative one-on-one approach that is adapted to fit your specific needs. See more about how we work.
Family Therapy: We transform difficult family dynamics by improving communication and deepening each family member’s understanding of one another.
Parenting Sessions: Sessions can be by yourself or with your partner using a supportive, collaborative approach to help you clarify your parenting goals and equipping you with individualized strategies that make sense for your child and family. Learn more here.
Trauma Therapy/ EMDR: A comprehensive evidence-based trauma treatment that supports healing around traumatic memories. Many clients report noticing positive changes after the first few sessions. Learn more here.
MEET OUR ADOLESCENT THERAPISTS
“I highly recommend Dr. Cole based on my experience with her regarding youth and family focused therapy. She has helped facilitate mediation and is adaptive in her approach with her patients.”
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