Stressed Out? We Can Help.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, families in our community are being faced with incredible uncertainty and overwhelming stress. Despite our best efforts, children and youth feel that stress and it can impact their mood and behaviors. With social distancing protocols still in effect, families and caregivers can feel isolated and burnt out.
Remember, you are not alone! SLMH Youth Therapists are here to help. While our services are limited to telehealth – you and your youth can still develop a meaningful relationship with one of our therapists. We can provide individual and family therapy through video and phone platforms.
Not tech savvy? Don’t worry! We can walk you through the different platforms we use (Doxy.me, Google Duo, Google Hangouts, Skype and/or Zoom) to make sure we find a delivery that works for you and your family. Our youth therapists continue to provide play therapy, expressive art interventions, coping skills, development, and emotional regulation with children as young as four years old using online video and phone platforms. Struggling with your two or three-year-old? We can provide parenting support over the phone or via video and walk you through those big tantrums and emotions. Some of our current youth clients have commented that they prefer phone and video sessions!
Give us a call today to get started with services. 541-942-3939
South Lane Mental Health works with children (ages 2 months-18 years) and families to address problems related to anger, depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, poor communication, as well as family changes/transitions and many other mental health conditions and mood disorders.
Counselors specialize in the use of play, art and sand tray therapy in order to offer children comfortable ways to explore, express and resolve feelings about situations or events that may be distressing or confusing to them. Our facility is equipped with therapeutic rooms specially suited to expressive therapies with children.
Counselors also work with parents, grandparents and caregivers to provide a safe place to express and explore concerns regarding their child. Resolving parent-child conflicts, improving family-wide communication, gaining realistic expectations for children, and learning effective parenting strategies are offered.