Could your child benefit from therapy?
Our play therapists see children for lots of reasons – about as many reasons as there are children! We know that your child is unique and that you want them to be understood, taking in to account all their strengths and their weaknesses, as they are being helped.
Your child’s therapists will work collaboratively with you to ensure that they understand your concerns, family history and dynamics, and meet your child’s needs in the following areas:
Are you or a loved one experiencing high levels of inattentiveness, hyperactivity, or both? Whether you need an ADHD screening assessment or treatment for your diagnosis, our team is here to help.
Bringing an adopted child into your family is wonderful and exciting, but with this comes new navigation and transition for everyone. Our therapists are here to walk with you during your adoption process and help address any adoption-based concerns you may have.
Controlling your anger can feel easier said than done, and at times, it can seem like it has control over you. Anger management therapy can help take control of angry emotions and develop healthy ways of managing your anger.
Anxiety and panic can feel overwhelming and all-consuming at times. Our therapists are here to walk with you and provide you with the tools and skills needed to help manage the anxiety you are experiencing.
If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with autism or need an assessment; our therapists are here to walk with you. We work with autism on all levels of the spectrum and are here to provide a therapeutic environment that works best for you and your family.
The process of merging two families can be both rewarding and challenging. Our therapists are here to help you navigate new family dynamics as you begin this new chapter together.
If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with a chronic illness or cancer; it can bring with it a lot of different emotions. Not only is it a lot to process and impacts your emotional health, it affects your physical health as well. Our therapists are here to walk with you during this difficult time.
How we communicate with others is one of the most important parts of any relationship. Our therapists are here to teach vital communication skills that will strengthen your relationships with others and help you communicate more effectively.
Depression can bring about feelings of overwhelming sadness, lack of joy, as well as mental and physical fatigue. Luckily, you do not have to go through it alone. Our therapists are here for you and can provide tools and skills that can help with what you are experiencing.
Divorce can bring with it a lot of stress and complicated emotions for the couple and family. Our team of marriage and family therapists are here to provide a safe space to help adults, couples, and children navigate and process divorce and separation.
Obsessions with food, body weight, and shape may be signs of an eating disorder. Persistent eating behaviors can negatively impact your emotions, your health, and your ability to function in important areas of your life.
Experiencing emotional abuse can create feelings of anxiety, fear, anger, and overall emotional distress. If you are currently or have experienced emotional abuse, do not be afraid to reach out for help.
Experiencing violence and abuse within a family can be traumatic and bring long-lasting psychological distress. If you or someone you love are currently or has experienced abuse, we are here for you. You do not need to be afraid to reach out for help.
Phobias are an overwhelming fear or anxiety regarding a specific situation or thing. The anxiety surrounding a phobia can seem uncontrollable. Our therapists are here to help you learn how to cope and eliminate the phobia and fear you are experiencing.
If you are experiencing concerns regarding your sexuality or gender identity, The Summit is a safe place for you. Our therapists are here to hear you and walk with you on your journey.
Just as seasons are a natural part of each calendar year, change is also a part of the fabric of every life.
Physical health concerns produce high levels of anxiety and worry. If you or a loved one are experiencing concerns with your physical health, our therapists are here to walk with you and provide tools to help you cope and manage your emotional health during this difficult time.
Learning disabilities can bring with it difficulties in school, low self-esteem, and stress in peer relationships. If you or your child have been diagnosed or needs a psychological assessment, our therapists are here to help.
Low self-esteem can significantly impact your quality of life and negatively paint your view of yourself. You deserve to love yourself and live your life with confidence. Our therapists are here to help you develop a higher sense of self-confidence and self-esteem.
The parent-child bond is one of the most important relationships we have. It is important we know how to effectively navigate and strengthen these relationships with our parents and children.
Physical abuse can leave lasting negative effects not only physically, but emotionally as well. If you or someone you love is currently or has experienced physical abuse, we are here for you. You do not need to be afraid to reach out for help.
If your child is exhibiting problem behaviors at home and or school, our play therapists and family therapists are here to provide guidance and support for you and your child.
Individuals with an addiction to gambling, gaming, or compulsion issues can be successfully treated with a recovery plan built around individual, couple, and/or family therapy.
Difficulty in school can have a significant impact on a child’s well-being. The Summit provides comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations for children, adolescents and young adults. Screening assessments for learning and attention problems are also available, to help parents determine whether further testing or another avenue of assessment or intervention is warranted.
When life seems overwhelming and depression and anxiety seem uncontrollable, people sometimes turn to self-harm and self-injurious behavior to combat these feelings. We are here to help you find healthy alternative coping skills.
Your child’s ability to establish and maintain relationships with others is important. Our therapists are here to help your child navigate their relationships with others and develop healthy social skills.
Stress can have physical, mental and emotional symptoms. Our therapists are here to help you learn to reduce and manage your stress.
If you or a loved one are experiencing suicidal thoughts and behaviors, know that you are not alone. The Summit is here to help assess and manage suicide risk, develop a safety plan and teach you affective coping skills If you are experiencing a suicidal crisis or emotional distress and cannot reach anyone at our office, call the Georgia Crisis Access Line at 1-800-715-4225 or visit your nearest emergency room.
Psychological and physical trauma can impact us in more ways than we realize. The trauma we experience can tremendously impact our quality of life and overall mental wellbeing. Our therapists are here to walk with you and help you develop healthy tools and ways to cope. You are not alone.