Schedule a call.
Reduce the back-and-forth of phone tag. Schedule a call within the next week.
Discuss your needs.
Speak with a psychologist about your concerns and ask questions about the services offered.
Make things better.
Make a plan for ongoing services and resources. Watch your family transform.
Imagine walking away feeling confident that you understand your child's diagnosis, can advocate for their needs, and know what to do at home to make things better.
“Dr. Turner's workshop was interesting and packed with practical, relevant information, and strategies that parents could use right away. Parents left feeling they had something tangible to work with. Definitely a win for our families!”
Big Sur Charter School
Marriage & Family TherapistLMFT, CFRC, CCTP
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