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Children’s Services

Our mission at Perspectives is to treat each child with compassion and respect while providing a safe, nurturing environment. Here they can increase their positive mental health and gain skills as a child that they can take into adulthood. Your proactive involvement now can make a difference in a child’s life. Please let us assist your family.

Remember, you and your child need not walk alone.

Child Counseling
Young Child

We Can Help!

At Perspectives Counseling Centers we specialize in a wide range of issues including:

  • Academic Achievement
  • ADHD
  • Social Skills
  • Self-Esteem
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Grief and Loss
  • Divorce
  • Peer Pressure
  • Family Conflict
  • Developmental Disabilities
  • Physical/Emotional/Sexual Abuse
  • Eating Disorders
  • Anger/Defiance
  • Self-Injury
  • S.H.A.R.E.S. group

If you identify with one or more of the listed issues, the Perspectives Children’s Program can help.

It is a struggle to always understand our children and their perspective on things. Their thoughts, ideas, and feelings might be difficult to recognize. Here at Perspectives Counseling Centers we have trained professionals who are passionate about helping children as young as 3 years old and we will make sure that the child you care for gets a place with the most appropriate therapist based on the difficulties they are facing and our therapist’s specialties. Give us a call now… (248) 244-8644

12 Questions Every Parent Should Ask, Does my child…

  • Often seem sad, tired, restless, or out of sorts?
  • Spend a lot of time alone?
  • Have low self-esteem?
  • Have trouble getting along with family, friends, and peers?
  • Have frequent outbursts of shouting, complaining, or crying?
  • Have trouble performing or behaving in school?
  • Show sudden changes in eating patterns?
  • Sleep too much or not enough?
  • Have trouble paying attention or concentrating on tasks like homework?
  • Seem to have lost interest in hobbies like music or sports?
  • Show signs of using drugs and/or alcohol?
  • Talk about death or suicide?

If you answered yes to four or more of these questions, and these behaviors last longer than 2 weeks, you should seek professional help for your child.

For more information contact: Diana Jennings, MS, LLP, Director of Children’s Services at (248) 244-8644.

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