Parents face a host of challenges every day, particularly when it comes to dealing with problem behaviors. At Laurel Life, we understand how difficult it can be to reduce these behaviors and we’re here to help.
If your child struggles with social, emotional or behavioral challenges, Laurel Life’s Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS) may be right for you.
Brief Treatment is coming to a close in January, 2021. All Brief Treatment services will then transition to IBHS Individual Services.
For parents struggling to connect with their child or understand the underlying causes of an emotional disturbance, Laurel Life’s Family Based Mental Health Services (FBMHS) can provide a much needed lifeline.
Services are provided in the home, school and community. Includes individual, group, parenting and family counseling services.
At first, mental illness may only affect one’s life in subtle ways, but if left untreated, the quality of one’s personal and work life can be greatly impacted. Get help before it’s too late with Laurel Life. Our wide range of Outpatient Counseling Services are personalized to reflect an individual’s unique needs and circumstances.
Feeling frustrated and overwhelmed by your child’s challenging behaviors? Learn effective behavior management and discipline techniques.Does your child struggle with disruptive or aggressive behaviors like hitting, kicking or breaking things? Are you frustrated by constant fights and temper tantrums? If so, Laurel Life can help.
If you are practicing social distancing, yet still want to keep your appointment, please contact our office. Most insurance companies are now authorizing Telehealth services. Our staff will verify if this option is available to you.