Behavioral Health Clinic

Therapeutic services that increase the quality of life

Knowing when to reach out for therapeutic help can be tough. Consider professional assistance from Tanager Place if your child exhibits one of more of the following behaviors:

  • Frequently defies authority and breaks rules
  • Lacks the ability to properly communicate with others
  • Receives exceptionally poor grades or his/her academic performance is deteriorating quickly
  • Lacks relationship-building skills with peers and authority figures
  • Takes risks that endanger his/her personal well-being
  • Has low self-esteem
  • Demonstrates habits that suddenly change

The Centers for Disease Control reports that one in five children experience a diagnosable mental illness. You are not alone. And we are here to help.

  • “I had a hard time getting excited or finding any joy. It all seemed so useless and empty. What difference did it really make whether or not I could strum this chord or that, or if I could string enough chords together to make a song? When the song ended, this kid asks if I’ll show him how to play. So, I began to teach him a few chords. Each time he’d get it right, he’d smile and laugh. Pretty soon, I was smiling, too. The next day I ran to music; I couldn’t wait to tell my teacher that I was also a teacher.” Read more about Kyle’s story.

    Kyle, age 11

Our highly-qualified and licensed practitioners specialize in treatments that can significantly improve your child’s mental health, including child psychiatry, individual therapy, group therapy, play therapy, music therapy and Autism Spectrum Therapy. And, in doing so, they provide needed support for you, too.

The children and families who benefit from our therapeutic services cope with a range of issues, including:

  • ADHD
  • Anxiety disorder
  • Attachment issues
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Building relationships
  • Childhood trauma
  • Chronic illness
  • Communication issues
  • Depression
  • Developmental disorders
  • Eating disorders
  • Health-related behavioral issues
  • Oppositional defiant disorder
  • Parenting skills
  • Sexual abuse
  • Substance and alcohol issues

Take the first step to seek treatment for your child or children who live with a mental or behavioral health disorder. Contact us or call 319-286-4545. Referrals welcome.

Payment: Insurance • Medicaid • Private Pay

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