As we adapt to these unexpected and challenging times due to COVID-19, the Center for Children and Families wants to ensure continuity of care for current clientele in addition to servicing new families.
We are pleased to offer high-quality therapy services to caregivers and children through a HIPAA compliant video conferencing platform. We are also offering crisis counseling and consultation to support caregivers, first responders, and early child care providers and teachers. During this time of uncertainty it is important to continue to take care of yourself. Please reach out about ways we can help through our intake line at 312-709-0508 for English and 312-934-6446 for Spanish.
At Erikson Institute’s Center for Children and Families, our experienced clinicians are dedicated to helping you better understand your child’s struggles and will join you in finding positive ways to support his or her lasting growth.
We offer mental health services for families with young children, with an exclusive focus on pre-natal to 5 years old and their parents. We offer Neurodevelopmental diagnostic evaluations for children from age 3 through age 8. This time in a child’s life is one of unparalleled physical, social, and emotional development — it is the foundation for long-term well-being and success.
Our team of psychologists, social workers, developmental and behavioral pediatricians, occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, and other licensed mental health professionals offer services including:
- Child-Parent Psychotherapy with parent and developmental guidance
- Comprehensive assessments
- Neurodevelopmental diagnostic evaluations
- Early Intervention medical diagnostic services for 0-3 year olds
Erikson Institute also offers professional development workshops and seminars for Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health professionals. Learn more here.