Signs of Emotional Distress

 Children

 

Adolescent

  • Overly fearful and afraid to try new activities
  • Frequent, unexplainable temper tantrums
  • Sad, isolated, withdrawn, frequent crying
  • Persistent nightmares, difficulty sleeping
  • Unwilling to communicate with family
  • Unable to control behavior
  • Difficulty Learning
  • Refuses to go to school
  • Recurring physical complaints
  • Persistently disobedient, aggressive
  • Poor grades despite trying very hard
  • Continued defiance to authority figures
  • Behavior is very different from that of peers
  • Self-criticism, defensiveness, gives up easily
 
  • Changes in sleeping and/or eating habits
  • Fear of weight gain, excessive dieting
  • Inability to cope with problems
  • Change in school performance
  • Strange thoughts/behaviors
  • Alcohol/Drug abuse
  • Sexual acting out
  • Threats to run away
  • Problems with authority
  • Truancy, thefts, or vandalism
  • Threats of self-harm, harm to others
  • Self-injury or self-destructive behavior
  • Frequent outbursts of anger or aggression
  • Negative mood/attitude, thoughts of death

Treatment Groups

 

Clinical Services

  • Teen Substance Abuse
  • Adult Substance Abuse
  • Teen Anger Management
  • Adult Anger Management
  • Men’s Domestic Violence Perpetrator
  • Women’s Domestic Violence Perpetrator
 
  • Evaluation
  • Counseling – individual, family, marriage, couples
  • Psychiatric Evaluation
  • Medication Monitoring
  • Community Referral
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