Family Involvement

Our therapists often include caregivers in order to support children in the context of their surrounding systems. The roles of parents, siblings, and other caregivers are integral, and most treatment plans include a certain amount of family involvement. We may recommend initial, periodic, or exclusive parent-only visits for younger children and/or youth with complex histories. The waiting room and offices are stocked with books to inspire learning and involvement even when parents aren't directly included in session. 


Family involvement is required for adolescents participating in our intensive services.


Specific parenting support options include:

PCIT (currently Internet Based)

Dr. Sarah Koenig is a certified provider of Parent-Children Interaction Therapy (PCIT), an evidence-based treatment for childhood behavioral, emotional, and relational difficulties.

Periodic or consistent support that is tailored to support your family's adjustment to interferences posed by  OCD, anxiety, and related problems.

Time-limited intensive training to overcome specific obstacles, orient family members to treatment, and/or boost behavior management skills.