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CRT's Therapy Program works to promote healthy family systems and to support the specific needs and abilities of the children and families we serve. Our clinicians aspire to build strong and meaningful relationships, working not only with the youth we serve, but also with their caregivers, families, teachers, principals, caseworkers, and innumerable others who make up the fabric of our children’s lives.  With a focus on maintaining consistency, empathic engagement, emphasis on developmental processes and close attention to cultural experience, our clinicians build trust and interpersonal connections that form the bedrock of treatment.

We use an integrated screening, assessment and treatment approach to address the needs of the child within the family system.  Once treatment needs are identified, our clinicians provide targeted individualized interventions tailored for each child and family, which may include individual, dyadic, group, and/or family therapy.  Our clinical therapists have advanced training in many best practices, all of which are supported by theory or empirical evidence for improving outcomes to the problems or conditions faced by many children and families. These include, but are not limited to, Child-Parent Psychotherapy, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Theraplay®, and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.  In addition, our therapists draw from relational, developmental, and attachment models, as well as art, music, sensory-motor and movement practices when providing intervention to best meet individualized needs. 

For more information on referring a child for therapy or for information on current therapy groups, please contact our Therapy Coordinator, Julianna Wesolowski, LCPC at 312-726-4011 or