School may be out…
but mental health is still in!

The Summit is offering individual, family, and group services throughout the Summer.

Individual & Family Sessions

(DISCOUNT RATE for students enrolled at Summit OnSite Schools)

As a parent, you want what is best for your child, but it is not always easy to know what type of support they need.  Mental health therapy helps your child better understand their personal needs and learn new skills to manage life situations and relationships more effectively.

Common Issues We Address:


Eating Disorders
Family Issues

Grief, Trauma, Loss
Peer Relationships

Substance Misuse
Suicidal Ideation

5-Week Groups $250

(FREE for students enrolled at Summit OnSite schools)

Groups will not meet the week of July 4th. Registration for groups are now closed.

Summer groups are an opportunity to work on social and emotional skills, while also building connectedness, communicating with others, and honing social skills in a group setting.

Elementary School
Anxiety (K-2)
Anxiety (3-5)
Executive Functioning (3-5)
Social Skills (K-2)
Social Skills (3-5)

Middle School
Anxiety (6-8)
Building Confidence (6-8)
Executive Functioning (6-8)
Relationship Building (6-8)

High School
Anxiety (9-12)
Building Confidence (9-12)
Executive Functioning (9-12)
Preparing for College (11-12)
Relationship Building (9-12)
Self-esteem/Body Image (9-12)

Students will be assigned to groups for the grade they will be attending in the school year 2024/25.

Psychological Testing & Assessments

Difficulty in school can have a significant impact on a child’s well-being. Parents of a child who is struggling academically often need help understanding why their child is having difficulty in school, and what to do about it. The Summit provides comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations for children, adolescents, and young adults.