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Child Parent Psychotherapy

Child-Parent Psychotherapy is a unique intervention used with children who have been victims or have been exposed to trauma, specifically domestic violence. It is a relationship-based treatment for parents and young children that aims to help restore normal developmental functioning in the wake of violence and trauma. The CPP therapist works on restoring the attachment relationships that are negatively affected by violence.  Examples of symptoms displayed by young children impacted by trauma include: Excessive fussiness in babies with difficulty calming down. not sleeping or eating well, Developmental regression such ad not walking, talking, or meeting other developmental milestones within expected time-frames, Detachment such as child not show joy when with primary caregiver, Emotional Dysregulation such as child displaying violent tantrums and aggressive behavior  and has a difficult time calming down)

To learn more about Child-Parent Psychotherapy, please visit the National Child Traumatic Stress Network.


Counseling Services

Whatever your goals are for counseling, we will meet you at the start


Case Management

Targeted Mental Health Case Management is a service provided to qualifying Medicaid recipients to assist them in…


Child Parent Psychotherapy

Child-Parent Psychotherapy is a unique 
intervention used with children who have 
been victims...


Psychiatric Services

When paired with ongoing and constructive 
therapy, medication can be a highly effective 
component of...

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School Based Services

Turning Point Mental Health Center is able 
to provide in-school services that are free of 
charge to the school system...

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Group Service

"The best part of being in a group is that you don't have to do everything alone" 


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