Children’s Therapy Services – Clear Lake & Greater Houston

Supporting Healthy, Thriving Children, Teens & Adolescents

Welcome to Clear Lake Children’s Center! Our team of experienced clinicians is dedicated to offering comprehensive behavioral, developmental, and mental health care for kids and teens. Keep reading to learn more about the services we provide, and don’t hesitate to contact our team of professionals to learn more about us or schedule an appointment in our practice serving kids and teens in Clear Lake and the Greater Houston area.

We offer screenings and evaluations for children between the age of 12 months and 17 years. Some of the most common screenings and evaluations we provide include:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (Ages 12 months to 17 years)
  • Developmental Delay (Ages 2 ½ to 5)
  • Intellectual Disability
  • Emotional & Behavioral Disorders
  • ADHD (Ages 5 and up)
  • Learning Disability
  • Dyslexia

For many young people individual child therapy with one of our therapists can be beneficial. These therapy sessions allow our clinicians to provide one-on-one support for a child, adolescent, or teen to address many issues, including:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Coping skills
  • Social skills
  • Impulse control
  • Behavior
  • Anger management
  • Family conflict and divorce

If your child struggles relating to peers, participating in a social skills group may be a great option. Our groups meet regularly to develop and practice the building blocks for building and maintaining relationships. Group topics include conversation skills, nonverbal communication, conflict resolution, behavior regulation, teasing/bullying, building friendships, and problem solving.

We have several school psychologists at Clear Lake Children’s Center who speak the language of education and special education resources. If you’re overwhelmed by acronyms like IEP, IEE, FIE, ED, LD, OHI, MDR, or 504, we’re here to answer all of your school-related questions!

Being a parent is always challenging, but these difficulties may be compounded when your child is struggling with behavioral, developmental, or communication concerns. You don’t have to work through this on your own. We can help you learn how to implement strategies for improving behavior and communication.

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