Where can you turn when your child is struggling with their Behavior or Social/Emotional Development?
Steven Glazier, Licensed Psychologist, has been providing competent and caring treatment to children and teens for the past 25+ years. He utilizes evidenced-based practices to help young people lead rich and fulfilling lives. He provides parents with the tools they need to best support their children. Steven sees children from infancy to early adulthood with a variety of challenges. He has special expertise with young children and those considered neurodiverse, such as Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Psychotherapy for Children & Adolescents
Steven provides effective treatment for challenges faced by children and teens including: ADHD, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, excessive screen time, peer difficulties, bullying, emotional outbursts, excessive temper tantrums, adjustment difficulties, sleep difficulties, lack of motivation, and parental separation/divorce.
What children do, think, or feel in any given situation is influenced by a variety of factors. These include: temperament, current environment, past experiences, family dynamics, thought patterns and their unique neurobiological profiles.
Treatment for Autism Spectrum and Related Disorders
There is a growing body of research that supports Relationship-Based, Developmental approaches to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). For example, in a 2019 study published by the Journal of the American Psychological Association, Developmental Interventions were recognized in the highest tier of efficacy among autism treatments.
Mr. Glazier has been a leader in this field since the late 1990’s. He has helped hundreds of neurodiverse children build more natural connections with family members and peers and achieve greater growth, independence, and joy.
Parental Guidance and Support
Becoming a parent is a significant developmental milestone in the life of an adult. One’s love and devotion for their child offers great motivation for an adult to grow in ways they may have never thought possible. The responsibility to mold a new life is both exciting and scary.