We will no longer be direct billing Washington Medicaid insurance as of 1/1/2023.
Unfortunately children do not come with instruction manuals. We offer behavior management training to improve your child's response to adult instructions, minimize negative attention-seeking behaviors, and improve the relationships and structure within the family.
Children can experience symptoms associated with painful and traumatic circumstances. Anxiety, fear, and hopelessness are a few emotions that can linger post traumatic events. We can help your child overcome these symptoms and guide him or her through the process of grief and healing.
Children develop emotional regulation and safety through thier early attachment to a primary caregiver, and disruptions in that relationship may impact his or her behaviors throughout the child's life. Attachment therapy is a supportive place to discuss issues and solutions to better strengthen your relationship.
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy is an evidence-based model of interventionfor children ages 3-6 and their families. It teaches parents how to provide positive, affirming attention in a structured and measurable way to reduce negative attention-seeking behaviors. PCIT teaches about providing selective attention, giving specific, clear intructions, and how to respond when your child refuses to comply with those instructions.
Trust-Based Relational Interventions is a therapy model created by Dr. Karyn Purvis. Dr. Purvis worked with the families of children from hard places and her theories and techniques are appropriate for children from all backgrounds and experiences. TBRI teaches parents how to build attachment with their child through Connecting and Empowering and how to Correct in response to negative behaviors in a way that supports a child's emotional health and builds instead of tears down the parent/child relationship.
Intensive Family Intervention Services are typically ordered by a court of law, a Child Protection Social Worker, or requested by a family experiencing serious dysfunction and needing a high level of in-home intervention and training. This service must be arranged on a case-by-case basic, as space is limited.
Fostering and adopting children is a heroic and amazing experience. It includes learning new ways to show love, generate trust, and heal emotional, and sometimes physical, wounds. It can also be exhausting, overwhelming, and discouraging. Kelley Kids Ranch staff have experience fostering and has training in attachment therapy and child development. We can help you connect with your child as you develop a family identity and grow together.
Group therapy with parents, grandparents, foster parents, or guardians of children with or without the child present. Often includes teaching about behavior managment, attachment therapy, and focus on childhood trauma.
Typically a 90 minute review of biopsychosocial history, behavioral health symptoms, functional assessment, and orientation to therapy. First session.
Development of client-directed treatment goals and objectives, with methods and interventions identified. Always session two, typically 60 minutes. Occurs every 90 days to review progress.
A 45-minute therapy session working towards the goals identified in the treatment plan, using the interventions documented, with or without the child present.
exceptions may apply, please ask for more information through the Patient portal