Child Behavioral Health
Social Emotional Growth and Therapy
Of course, physical health and wellness are important for every child's wellbeing. But, understanding that mental and behavioral health for children is equally important is key to raising a well-rounded adult. Mental and behavioral health for children can help define learning paths and social behaviors later in life. As a child, we learn the habits and routines that form later in life as adults, so having optimal mental and behavioral health for children is vitally important. If you have a child that has a mental disability, working with behavioral health concerns can be quite a challenge. At the Center for Developmental Play and Learning (CDPL) we are here to say we understand, and we can help.
We specialize in helping children with learning disabilities. We use a developmental approach to help your child move up the developmental ladder. Interacting and working with peers and adults alike can help make children grow into happy and well-rounded adults. Thus, we also offer social groups when it is appropriate for your child's development. Children behavioral health is just as important as physical health, and can often dictate the way a child will learn and develop in the future. While many children learn behavioral health through their parents in traditional ways, it can be challenging teaching behavioral health to a child with a learning disability. Luckily, as experts in this field, the team at the Center for Developmental Play and Learning (CDPL) is able to help. Using our expertise and DIR/Floortime therapy approach we can help develop your child's behavioral health using positive reinforcement and a welcoming, friendly approach. Have a physically and mentally healthy child that is ready to take on the world with help from the team at the Center for Developmental Play and Learning (CDPL).