Is Your Child Displaying Behavioral or Emotional Distress?
Children’s Bureau can help.
COVID-19 UPDATE: To accommodate social distancing measures, mental health therapy services are now being delivered to children and their parents via phone and/or video conferencing (telemental health). We’re also making it easy for families to review and sign paperwork electronically. As always, our services are delivered with care and privacy.
Children’s Bureau is here to help young children, adolescents, and youth (ages 0 to 21) and their families find ways to decrease potential outbursts and violence in the home as well as aid in the development of appropriate social skills. We hope to meet every child’s mental health treatment needs with the care of a mental health professional.
Children’s Bureau provides a wide range of counseling for kids and mental health services for children including a comprehensive assessment of your child’s behavior, child abuse therapy, family-focused therapy, individual counseling, cognitive behavioral therapy and group therapy sessions. Additionally, our mental health counseling center offers intensive day treatment for young children to monitor their daily activities, medication management, case management assistance, therapeutic behavioral health services, as well as assistance to the significant caretakers and support person(s) in the child’s life.
By extending our child counseling services and mental health resources, Children’s Bureau hopes to give families and children the tools they need to begin children’s therapy services.
Our counseling for children is culturally sensitive with a substantial focus on the Latino community. Counseling services are provided in the home, school, office or community.
Children’s Bureau youth therapists utilize a family therapy system for the health and well-being of the child. When counseling children, our patient therapists make sure to engage with the child's caregiver as a partner in problem-solving. Additionally, all child therapy treatments are customized to meet the specific needs of the child and family to ensure that they are receiving the best care from the respective child therapist or counselor.
Child mental health services make a difference in helping young adults and children that are struggling with a mental health issue, mental illness, or disorder. With treatment programs such as cognitive behavioral therapy, our professional counselors hope to guide younger children through the extremely emotional time of childhood and adolescence. We customize the care & treatment plan for your child by providing a variety of services to suit their mental health needs, ranging from early intervention services to in-home services. From individual counseling to art therapy sessions, our professional counselors are committed to providing the proper care and treatment that works for your child.
Know the Signs
Connect with a counselor or therapist that specializes in providing child counseling services. Sign up for services or check out our mental health flyer for child behaviors to observe.
Magnolia Place Family Center1910 Magnolia Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90007
Oakwood Family Center3910 Oakwood Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90004
Children’s Bureau West Covina1515 West Cameron Avenue, Suite 350 West Covina, CA 91790
Carson Family Center460 East Carson Plaza Drive, #102 Carson, CA 90746
Children’s Bureau Sunrise Center921 West Avenue J, Suite C Lancaster, CA 93534
Children’s Bureau Palmdale1529 East Palmdale Blvd., #210 Palmdale, CA 93550
Children’s Bureau Long Beach850 E. Wardlow Road Long Beach, CA 90807
Santa Clarita Valley
Santa Clarita Family Center27200 Tourney Road, Suite 175 Valencia, CA 91355
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Children’s Bureau partners with a variety of service providers. To learn more about what we offer, call one of our sites listed above or click the Learn More link below. We look forward to hearing from you.
*Children’s Bureau (not a government agency) is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.