Clinic Services

Our Practice

We use evidence-based treatment strategies to help families & children address mental & behavioral health challenges.



 Our clinicians offer therapy (both in-person and telehealth) to help families address their child or teen’s mental & behavioral health challenges, such as ADHD, anxiety, and depression.

  • Individualized treatment plans
  • Parent participation


A clinician or testing technician administers a battery of tests to gather information regarding your child’s cognitive functioning, executive functioning, and/or academic achievement. 

  • Make or rule out a diagnosis
  • Discuss recommended interventions

Classes & Groups

 Join other families (or study online at your own pace) to learn about your child’s needs and acquire skills to support them, both at home and in school. 


At the Children’s Program, our clinicians treat a variety of mental & behavioral health conditions, including ADHD, anxiety, and depression. We employ various evidence-based techniques (such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, family systems, dialectical-behavioral therapy, EMDR, and more) to teach children and parents effective strategies for emotional regulation, executive function improvement, and mood management. We help families navigate the complexities of their lives with greater resilience. 

Each child is unique, and a variety of factors can impact their mental and behavioral health. Our clinicians develop personalized treatment plans that cater to the specific needs, challenges, and strengths of each child and their family. 

Individual therapy can be complemented by parent training or family therapy.  

The skills and insights gained through therapy can provide a foundation for healthy emotional development and equip children and their families with tools to face future challenges. 

To see if we have an available provider who is a fit for you, please visit our intake page and fill out a new client inquiry.  

Parent participation and training are often essential to treat children of all ages.

Children’s Program clinicians will empower parents with evidence-based strategies to support their child or teen so they can navigate mental & behavioral health challenges and foster a harmonious family environment. 

Parent involvement enhances the overall success of therapeutic interventions by helping to ensure that skills a child or teen develops in therapy are reinforced at home.

Many of our clinician-led groups & classes and self-paced online programs offer parent skills training. 

Wondering how long you can expect therapy to last? Watch this video with Dr. Cordova to learn what factors affect length of treatment.

Medication Management

Medication can be a vital part of treatment that complements therapy by addressing the neurochemical aspects of mental health conditions.

  • If your child is currently seeing a therapist at the Childrens’ Program, or has recently received an evaluation in our clinic, ask your clinician to place an in-house referral to consult with one of our prescribing physicians or our psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner about medication options. 
  • If your child has not been seen at the Children’s Program, we can offer you a  medication consultation. However, at our prescribers’ professional discretion, they may require you to maintain a relationship with a therapist (whether inside our clinic or elsewhere) in order to receive ongoing medication management.

Psychological & Psychoeducational Evaluation

Clinicians at the Children’s Program can conduct a comprehensive psychological or psychoeducational evaluation to determine if a child meets criteria for diagnoses such as:

  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) 
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) 
  • Developmental Delay/Intellectual Disability
  • Specific Learning Disorder (Please note that testing related to academic/educational concerns are not insurance billable) 

All evaluations begin with a consultation for parents. During this telehealth appointment, a psychologist will gather critical information on the scope and nature of your concerns, to better get to know your child. Based on this conversation, we will then schedule time for your child to come into the clinic for one or more testing appointments. 

To see if we have an available provider who is a fit for you, please visit our intake page and fill out a new client inquiry.

Curious about what happens during the evaluation appointments? Click the other tab to watch an informational video!


Already have an evaluation scheduled? Watch this video to learn more about what you and your child can expect when you come in for your appointment. 

To see if we have an available provider who is a fit for you, please visit our intake page and fill out a new client inquiry.

A thorough evaluation involves more than just testing your child; it is a collaborative process that requires information from a child’s teachers and you, their parent/caregiver.

Our clinicians strive to provide you with a report in a timely fashion, but a complete report requires that everyone return all questionnaires given.

Should you request a report before all parties outside our clinic have returned relevant questionnaires/information, professional ethics & standards require your clinician to note this in the report.

Some diagnoses (such as ADHD) cannot be provided without receiving corroborating information from both home and school environments. As such, the receipt of all rating scales/questionnaires from all informants is a necessary and essential component of a completed evaluation report.

The Children’s Program values diversity among staff, interns, trainees, and the population we serve. Our non-discrimination policy indicates that trainees, clients, and staff have the right to be treated considerately and respectfully regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, cultural background, economic status, education, or disability. We believe that diversity enhances the climate and training environment, and we are committed to ongoing efforts to recruit and retain diverse staff and trainees, as well as to improve our ability to serve diverse populations in our region. We seek to provide ongoing training and educational opportunities for our staff and trainees around issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion with a goal of improving clinical practice, increasing outreach to underserved communities, and improving our ability to welcome and support trainees and staff from a wide range of backgrounds.


Training Sessions

Introducing BOOST — Building On Our Skills Training.
BOOST is an in-person skills training program designed to teach children skills to help cope with a variety of behavioral & mental health challenges.

Classes, Groups, and Summer Camps

In-PERSON, ON-DEMAND AND online learning

Beyond our professional in-clinic services, we also offer a variety of classes (in-person and online), groups and summer camps that address problems and concerns that many of our patients and their families have. We invite you to explore these options while our intake team reviews your request!