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Child Guidance Program

The Child Guidance Program is a public health program that has been operating in county health departments since 1956. The purpose is to promote optimal development, healthy behavior, and effective interaction for families with children birth through twelve years old. Staff have graduate degrees in their specialties and hold either professional licensure or certification in their professional disciplines. Staff work with other health department staff, professionals and community agencies and organizations to support families with young children through individual, professional, or community based services. Staff also provides consultation to professionals, schools, and community agencies on their areas of expertise in addition to serving on committees, coalitions, and task forces as professional support. Educational trainings are offered through workshops, in-service trainings, or special projects upon request. Local Child Guidance staff includes a Behavioral Psychological Clinician.

What can the Child Guidance Program do for you?
Developmental screenings and assessments for children 4 to 12 years of age
Tailored training for professionals to meet the specific needs of the staff or facility
Consultations for early childhood educators, parents, and professionals
Parent education to promote mentally healthy families for children birth to 12 years
Evaluation & treatment for Attention Deficit Disorder
Individual/Family Therapy for children birth to 12 years

For further information contact us at (918) 775-6201 or Toll Free (866) 775-6201. 


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