Our expert clinicians offer customized treatment for every stage of life.
The Ross Center offers therapy for everyone, with specialists who have expertise in age groups ranging from young children to older adults. Treatment decisions are based on the patient’s age and stage of life, and clinicians choose from a variety of evidence-based therapeutic techniques to help overcome anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions. We offer individual therapy, psychiatric services, group therapy, and testing and assessments for adults and children. Our specialists are able to tailor a successful treatment plan that will help you move forward to a healthier, more satisfying life.
Support for Children and Parents
Widely known for our strength in treating children and adolescents, we work closely with the entire family to ensure that children have the tools and proper medication (when necessary) to minimize their symptoms. Our specialized child therapists and psychiatrists offer age appropriate treatment for children as young as 2 years old, as well as testing and assessment services that can aid in making school-based decisions. Parent consultations and family therapy are offered to supplement individual therapy for children.
Therapy for Teens and Young Adults
Many of our providers work with teens and young adults during challenging times of transition, teaching behavioral strategies and coping skills that enhance resilience and self-esteem. The appropriate therapy and/or medication can help young people to thrive and empower them with skills to better manage daily life and plan for the future.
Solutions for Adults who are Struggling
We often see adults who have never been in treatment before, and together we develop a plan that addresses your concerns, whether they relate to a recent life cycle transition, increased anxiety, or depression. We also treat many individuals who have been in therapy before, but are looking for more effective therapeutic treatment that may include medication. Our experts will customize a treatment plan for you whether you need a short-term course of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), medication for a mood disorder, or intensive treatment for a disorder that’s impacted your ability to live your best life.