Early Childhood Mental Health Services | OhioGuidestone

Early Childhood Mental Health Services

early childhood mental health services

Early Childhood Mental Health Services

We are a family resource and counseling center, dedicated to giving children and families an early start on success with our industry-leading early childhood mental health services, ranging from individual child counseling to parenting classes.

For more information on our early childhood services and our counseling center, please call 844-6CALLOG (844.622.5564) or submit the Request Services form.

Assessments and Counseling

Assessment: A diagnostic evaluation that provides a behavioral health diagnosis and treatment recommendations available in the home, community or one of our offices for ease and convenience.

Counseling: Individualized counseling available in the home, community or in one of our offices for easy access and convenience. The intensity and frequency of appointments are determined by each individual’s needs.

Consultation

OhioGuidestone is one of the state’s leading providers of Early Childhood Mental Health Services. Our programming works with children, from birth to age six, who are struggling with emotional or behavioral difficulties, either in the home or in the community. Our therapists work with parents, teachers, counselors and other professionals to offer the best treatment options and address healthy ways to raise and nurture a child to lead them to success.

Education and training is based on the Nurturing Parenting curriculum that helps families learn positive parenting skills, improve communication skills, or reunite after a separation.

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is an umbrella term that describes the range of effects that can occur in an individual who was exposed to alcohol in the womb. We offer a spectrum of services to support the following: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS), Partial Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (pFAS), Static encephalopathy/alcohol exposed (SE/AE), Neurobehavioral disorder with prenatal alcohol exposure (ND/PAE) and more.

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