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Depression, fear, and anxiety are some of the most common and uncomfortable emotions that we can experience at some point in our lives. Through therapy and treatment, we are able to help you recover motivation, perspective, and joy that you once had in your life.
Our broad range of support programs, many of which are offered via Face2Face, Zoom, and video chat, provide services to children from pre-school through late adolescence as well as their parents. All programs are guided by agency experts in youth development, education, literacy and learning, parenting, mental health, and trauma. Through collaborations with community partners, COCP addresses the challenges faced by many families in under-resourced communities in Dallas.
If you know of anyone caring for a child with a traumatic history, don’t hesitate to recommend Center of Cultivating Parents services today. We welcome the opportunity to provide caregivers with mental health professionals and resources equipped to help children or teens heal. This is a fight no foster child or parent should weather alone.
Students enrolled full-time in any school district in Texas or Oregon have access to licensed counselors, who are dedicated to helping them achieve their full potential. These highly trained counselors are easily accessible to students and their families by phone and online.
Our virtual school counselors are prepared to get to know students and assist them with:
This is a step-down level of care for clients transitioning back to work or school or who need extra support beyond just an outpatient appointment. It includes at least 3 hours per day/3 days per week for adults and 4 hours per day/5 days per week for children, providing support and structure while clients practice and enhance their coping skills. Medication management, individual therapy and family/couples therapy are also incorporated as needed.
Some clients are admitted directly to IOP, when their symptoms are not severe enough to warrant PHP, but severe enough that the client is having difficulty functioning without more structured support and intervention. A therapist will discuss these options during the initial assessment.
With an emphasis on confidential, personalized support, our Domestic Violence Survivor Program offers:
Career counseling can help you choose or completely change a career at any stage in your life. Embarking on a new career, though exciting, can also be incredibly stressful, and most people find they could use some help navigating the journey.
Career counselors have been trained to provide concrete career information resources and discuss career development. In a career counseling session, you and your counselor may discuss:
We often hear all the beautiful things about becoming a mother and how incredibly rewarding it is. However, becoming a mother can also be an incredibly challenging, scary and even lonely at times. Instead of joy, mothers may experience feelings of sadness, anxiety, anger, depression, fear, shame, embarrassment and even isolation. Mothers may also find themselves struggling to cope with the loss of a former life or the challenges associated with infertility, parenting, co-parenting or adoption. New mothers may also have the stress of adjusting to a new “Maternal” identity and coming to terms with this new role.