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TFI’s Child & Adolescent Program

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As part of our Mental Health Month commemoration, TFI Talks will spotlight some of our innovative and specialized services. Today’s post focuses on our Child & Adolescent Program.


When children and adolescents need help maximizing their potential, our Child & Adolescent Program (CAP) can help them thrive.

This program includes Family Institute psychotherapists who specialize in working with families with children from birth through adolescence to help navigate and reduce the challenges that may interfere with a child’s and family’s development.

Why develop a program specifically for children and adolescents?

The Family Institute is committed to strengthening and healing families from all walks of life. We are well known for our devotion to family and couple therapy. Over the years the need for specialty services for children and adolescents grew within the Institute—we developed the Child & Adolescent Program to address this need.

The goal of the program is to develop empirically based clinics to provide the most cutting-edge therapy for children and adolescents—and their families.

The Child and Adolescent Program serves a wide range of issues.

Our staff consists of experts in a number of issues children and adolescents (and their families) face, including:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Adoption Issues
  • Adjustment to divorce
  • Neurobehavioral issues
  • Emotional and behavioral regulation

CAP also offers a number of specialized groups for children, adolescents and their families, including:

For more information, visit our Child and Adolescent Program webpage.

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