Children with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and other behavioral problems may be regularly distracted, impulsive, disruptive and sometimes aggressive and oppositional. They may experience difficulties getting along with others, or following directions at school and /or home. Our treatments target the source of the problematic behavior to help improve school performance as well as relationships with family and peers.
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Not sure about what your child is experiencing? Give us a call: 305-348-0477.
Programs & Services
Our treatments target the source of problematic behavior to help improve school performance as well as relationships with family and peers.
- Advancing Child Competencies by Extending Supported Services (ACCESS) — Online treatment for families to learn more about their child’s behavior from the comfort of their own home (For children aging out of Early Steps). For more information, call 305-348-7836.
- After-School Treatment Program — Daily after-school program designed for children at-risk for attention, behavior and academic problems (available at Dr. Carlos J. Finlay Elementary School). For more information, call 305-552-7122 ext. 2142 or email email@example.com
- ATLAS Project — Program that helps teens with ADHD build the skills they need to make the best decisions when facing tough issues and common challenges with relationships, school, alcohol or other drugs, and more (ages 12-16). For more information, call 305-348-3891 or click here to provide your contact information.
- Individual Treatment — Tailored treatment that meets your child or your family’s needs. Call 305-348-0477 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) — A treatment program for parents of children ages 2-7 with behavioral problems (e.g., aggression, non-compliance, defiance, and temper tantrums) that focuses on promoting positive parent-child relationship and teaches parents effective child management skills. For more information, call 305-348-0477.
- Parenting Strategies Group — Weekly parenting classes where children participate in social skills groups while parents work together to learn behavior management techniques and solve problems. This program helps parents promote positive changes in their children’s home and school behavior. Sessions in Spanish are also available (ages 5-11). For more information, call 305-348-0477.
- Psycho-educational Evaluations — Low-cost evaluations for families with children ages 5-16 to help with diagnostic status and educational planning. The evaluation includes a diagnostic clinical interview with the parent, rating scales, IQ testing, academic achievement testing and more. Parents receive a detailed report and diagnostic feedback, as well as recommendations for further testing or intervention. For more information, call 305-348-0477.
- Saturday Treatment Program — Expanded Parenting Strategies program that includes recreational sports activities for participating children. For more information, call 305-348-0477.
- School Intervention — Consultation meetings with a child’s school staff and parents to develop individualized interventions for school-based problems. For more information, call 305-348-0477.
- Summer Academy in Liberty City — Comprehensive school readiness program for children with moderate to severe learning and behavioral needs, and their families, who are transitioning into kindergarten. The program takes place in Liberty City at Thena Crowder Early Childhood Diagnostic and Special Education Center. For more information, please call 305-348-8231.
- Summer Treatment Program (STP) — Nationally acclaimed summer camp for children with ADHD and related behavioral, emotional and learning challenges(ages 5-12). For more information, call 305-348-0477.
- Summer Treatment Program PreK (STP PreK) — Comprehensive school readiness program for children entering kindergarten with behavior problems. For more information, please call 305-348-1833.
- Supporting Teens Academic Needs Daily (STAND) — Family-based program that teaches parents and adolescents to work together to set academic goals and to reinforce success on these goals through a comprehensive home privilege program (ages 11-17). For more information, call 305-348-4682.
Some of these clinical programs may offer research opportunities to help us advance the way we treat child mental health problems. You can choose not to participate in the research opportunities.