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Child Psychological Services

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RHMS provides treatment services for children, adolescents and young adults with a wide range of psychological, behavioral and social difficulties. Our staff have specialized training and experience which allows us to quickly identify, target and prioritize specific problem areas. Early identification and intervention is key when working with kids.

Treatment Areas

We diagnose and treat children having problematic areas including

Specializing in evaluations in the following areas:

  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) as well as general difficulties with attention and concentration
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Anxiety and Related Disorders (includes OCD and Impulse-Control Disorders)
  • Behavior Disorders (includes ODD and Conduct Disorder)
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Bullying
  • Communication Disorders & Language Functioning
  • Depression and Related Disorders
  • Intellectual Abilities (including giftedness)
  • Learning Disorders (reading, math, writing)/Academic Achievement
  • Personality and Emotional Functioning
  • Thought Disorders (includes psychosis and schizophrenia)
  • Traumatic Stress and PTSD
  • Anger Out bursts



Psychotherapy gives children and teens the opportunity to learn and practice new skills for managing the obstacles in their lives.  It also teaches your child to communicate their thoughts and feelings in a more helpful way.  The therapeutic relationship a child has with their psychologist can serve as a building block for improving your own relationship with your child, giving you both a resource for navigating the challenges of growing up.  We offer a range of evidence-based therapeutic approaches to help children and teens throughout each developmental stage.  The goals of therapy are individualized to meet the needs of your child, and treatment plans and goals are formulated collaboratively between the psychologist, parents, and often the child as well.



Every child develops at their own pace. We often expect the development to be a straight line. Yet for many kids, development can be uneven – they may shine in many areas and may struggle in others. Uneven development is most frustrating when a child can’t meet expectations in an area that is important to them, like school, home life, or friendships. It can be difficult for parents to know when the child’s struggles require intervention or treatment, or when the Parents/ caregiver just needs to monitor the difficulties and have faith that their child will eventually “get it.”  Parent consultations can be helpful either when parents are not sure what type of services they need, or when they just need to consult with a professional to discuss a particular challenge they are having with their child to seek guidance or support.  Consultations can consist of a single session, regularly scheduled sessions, or as-needed sessions


Psychological evaluations help parents or caregivers understand their child on a much deeper level, whether it’s learning style, emotional functioning, social difficulties, or behavioral problems. It involves a time commitment from both the parent(s) as well as the child, as the psychologist will spend hours gathering information about your child’s background and current functioning in order to provide very in-depth, highly specialized feedback.  Gaining this deeper understanding can help tremendously in knowing the next steps in how to help your child succeed! RHMS offers psychological, neuropsychological, and psychoeducational evaluations for children ranging in age from pre-school through college who are struggling to fulfill their potential due to developmental, learning, processing, or social-emotional factors.

What can be assessed with an evaluation?

The following domains are typically assessed during a comprehensive evaluation at TCP:

  • Intelligence and general cognitive abilities
  • Academic achievement skills – reading, writing, and math
  • Executive function skills – organization, planning, inhibition, and flexibility
  • Attention – simple, complex, and sustained
  • Learning and memory
  • Language and communication
  • Visual-spatial skills
  • Motor coordination
  • Behavioral and emotional functioning
  • Adaptive functioning
  • Social skills
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