Child & Family Services
When signs of trouble emerge, seek help. Certain behaviors may indicate that your child is having difficulty, such as anxious, worried or fearful behavior or an inability to concentrate, sit still, or focus attention.
Mental health problems can occur at the same time as medical, developmental, or learning problems. It is not uncommon for children with a diagnosed mental health problem to actually have more than one condition. Changes in mood or behavior can also be connected to life events such as divorce, death, trauma, or abuse.
Child & Family Outpatient Services
Provided for children ages 3-18 and their families. Clinical treatment to address anxiety, depression, trauma, and conduct problems. Helping families coping with divorce, addiction, violence, and financial troubles.
• Individual, Family & Group Therapy
• Play Therapy
• Medication Evaluation and Management
• Case Management
WCBH works with the NH Division for Children, Youth & Families when appropriate to coordinate services aimed at meeting the needs of children and their parents and strengthening the family system. This includes services provided at home and in the community.
Families can find a wealth of additional resources and information here.