Individual counseling sessions are offered for children, teens, and young adults. These sessions are designed to teach social-emotional skills, develop emotional resilience, and support them to set and achieve their goals. The programming will be tailored to fit each individual’s specific needs, and may include a parent component to help reinforce skills taught. Sessions are typically 50 minutes and may be adjusted to suit the age and attention span of the child. Sessions can be virtual or in person.
Educational therapy is for students who may have learning differences such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, executive function deficits, non-verbal learning disorder (NVLD), ADHD, learning disabilities (LD or SLD), auditory, visual, or language processing delays, or difficulties in phonetic reading, reading comprehension, critical thinking skills, or written expression. Educational therapy can also help students who struggle with mindset, low self-esteem, low self-confidence, or test taking anxiety.
Social Skills Groups are groups of children of similar ages and development working towards similar social-emotional goals. Groups may address topics such as stress management, anxiety reduction, social skills, bullying and aggression, emotional regulation, impulse control, self-esteem, positive body image, growth mindset, and more. All group work will incorporate an element of yoga and mindfulness. Groups typically meet for sixty minutes once a week for 6 weeks.
Executive Function Coaching is for the pre-teen and teen who has difficulty managing time, staying focused, planning and completing tasks, staying organized, remembering things, and controlling impulses. Our coaching will teach and reinforce these important cognitive skills in a fun and engaging way. Executive Function coaching is typically completed in a small group setting along with individual sessions to reinforce skills and set and achieve personal goals.
Are you a home-school parent looking for social-emotional learning opportunities for your kiddos? Heartspace Counseling for Kids has experience home-schooling as well as working with home-school families. Programming can be tailored to meet the age and needs of your group and can include topics such as growth mindset and motivation, self-confidence and self-esteem, social skills, emotional regulation and many more. Groups are held during the school day and can be in home, office, or other location to meet the needs of the group.
At Heartspace Counseling for Kids, we are uniquely qualified to serve our military kids and address the challenges they may face in a military lifestyle. Our MiL-KiD Groups will tackle issues such as separation and deployment, transitioning to a new school, making friends, maintaining connections, community involvement, self-confidence and self-esteem, among others. Programming will be tailored to fit the age and needs of the group. Our Mil-KiD groups meet regularly throughout the school year. These are open groups and kids can join anytime.
As educators, we know there is often not enough time in the school day to meet all the needs of some of our students. After-school programs are an effective way to meet the social-emotional learning needs of those students. All groups are skill based and will teach students tools to help them be more successful in school and life. Heartspace Counseling for Kids can work with school personnel and/or the PTA to tailor groups specific to those needs. Our after-school programs are convenient and affordable. Some scholarships are available.
The self-pay rate for a 50-minute individual session is $120.
Some therapists at Heartspace Counseling for Kids, LLC are paneled with Aetna and United Healthcare insurances.
Otherwise, Heartspace Counseling for Kids, LLC does not accept any other form of insurance. However, if you have PPO health insurance, a health savings account (HSA), or a medical flexible spending account (FSA), we are happy to provide documentation for possible reimbursement.
**Please note that we cannot accept self-pay clients who hold current membership with Medicaid.
At Heartspace Counseling for Kids, LLC we strive to make our services accessible to all. If you are experiencing financial hardship and cannot afford to pay for services, please contact us to see how we can help.
Payments are accepted in the form of cash, check, or credit/debit card. Fees are collected at the time of service. Please note, cash is not held onsite so exact change should be considered when intending on paying in cash.
It is your right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” that explains how much your mental health care and medical care will cost. This corresponds with the No Surprises Act, active as of 1/1/2022. Any non-emergency healthcare services, including psychotherapy, are entitled to a Good Faith Estimate. You can request a Good Faith Estimate from your healthcare provider or any other provider before you schedule a service. For questions or more information about your rights to a Good Faith Estimate, visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises.