Lakeview Psychology Group provides comprehensive therapeutic services for children, adolescents, and families. Our approach is collaborative, supportive, and compassionate, as well as, evidenced based. We also incorporate various creative modalities into our work such as play, art, music, and sand-tray.

Whether your child just needs help adjusting to a difficult life situation, or they are struggling with a clinical issue such as depression, our goal is to help families achieve long-lasting positive change. Our specialties include treating a wide range of problems that children and adolescents experience, including mood disorders, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, defiant behaviors, and coping with changes in the family structure such as parental separation or divorce.

Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT)

AAT uses the human-animal bond as an educational and motivational tool in psychotherapy and can be used with children, adolescents, and adults. Therapy dogs can help clients to feel more relaxed, perhaps allowing them to join in the process of psychotherapy more easily.

Meet Nola. She’s a two year old hypoallergenic Golden-Doodle who’s working on obtaining her certification with Therapy Dogs International. Nola has a loving, engaging, and playful temperament that we are confident will help our clients overcome anxiety, stress, depression and build social skills.

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Consultative Services

We believe that every student has the right to be happy and productive in school. Our therapists apply their extensive experience, in both general and special education settings, to strengthen the relationship between students and their schools. To do this, we work hand-in-hand with parents and schools to identify and address issues that interfere with a student’s ability to be successful in the school setting. Lakeview Psychology Group is happy to provide consultative services to parents and schools regarding a specific student, or regarding a common problematic behavior that has been observed within the school setting (e.g., bullying, sexting, hazing, etc.)