Counseling helps strengthen families
Emotional and mental health issues can have a significant impact on the physical health of children and their families. That’s why we offer a variety of counseling programs throughout Wisconsin.
Our counseling services can reduce stress and conflict within families, improve parenting skills, help children and families deal with traumatic situations, and address behavioral and social difficulties.
Child and Family Counseling
At sites throughout Wisconsin, our licensed child and family counselors work with children – from toddlers through adolescents – and their families to address problems and strengthen family ties. Our counselors assist families with issues such as depression and anxiety, low self-esteem, anger management, abuse, parent-child conflicts and changes related to adoption or foster care placement.
Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Center
Our psychiatrists, psychologists, neuropsychologists psychotherapists and nurse practitioners provide mental health diagnosis and treatment for anxiety and attachment disorders, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, bipolar disorder, child abuse and neglect, depression and psychotic disorders.
Greensquare Developmental Specialists
Behavioral health services are available at our offices in Glendale and Oak Creek. Providers at these sites help parents learn to deal with a child’s behavioral issues. Our experts include a pediatrician with a focus on developmental learning and behavioral issues as well as a licensed professional counselor and licensed clinical social workers.
The pain and sadness associated with the death of a child can be overwhelming for parents, siblings and other family members. We offer a variety of resources to help families cope with this devastating loss.
All pregnant women and new mothers need guidance and support. We offer women confidential assistance as they make decisions about their future and their child.
We also offer other types of counseling, including prenatal, genetic and nutrition. In addition, our psychiatrists and psychologists support the care of patients in our other specialty clinics and at our hospitals.