Services are provided in English and Spanish!

When to consult a Professional?

Have you ever felt depressed, anxious, overwhelmed or stressed? Do you feel like there are things that you don’t know exactly how to handle or how to help your loved ones?


Have you been in a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) and need a Psychological Assessment or Treatment plan?

Maybe something in your relationship with your kids or  what to tell them about your separation/divorce, or how to help with homework so as not to engage in a power struggle every day…

Or maybe your child is having
difficulties at school such as in writing, reading or math or with making friends or having trouble listening to the teachers, or is very shy or anxious…

Or even with your little ones that are having troubles with sleeping or eating or having temper tantrums very often….

Do you have a child with
special needs and would like to enhance his/her strengths and abilities? Are there certain situations that you don’t know how to handle or explain?

Are you
pregnant or have had recently a baby and feel anxious, insecure, sad or simply have questions that books and friends or family are not answering?

If you have one of these concerns or others related to yourself, your kids or family, Supportive Family Services can help you!

If you have tried to solve any of these problems or similar ones by yourself or following the advice of friends, relatives or colleagues and are still not satisfied, try with Supportive Family Services. Sometimes the challenges we face in our daily lives become too difficult to manage alone. We may need to talk to a professional who can help us find better strategies to improve our lives.

With Supportive Family Services you can rest assure that you are getting the best professional service in counselling and psychotherapy. 

We work one-on-one and in groups, with adults, children, couples and families to help them cope with the challenges of:

• Relationships, parenting and family problems;
• Developmental disabilities;
• Children dealing with parent’s separation, divorce and new relationships;
• School problems
• Emotional problems and so much more.