Fraser Family Consults: help families identify concerns, provide support and education and create a support plan to move forward.
Individual Therapy: therapists help individuals improve their social and emotional regulation and provide education regarding their diagnosis.
Individual Skills Training: focuses on teaching specific skills to an individual as identified through the therapeutic process and provides opportunities to practice learned skills.
Family Skills Training: teaches specific skills to family members to better help their loved one at home.
Family Therapy and Parent Guidance: helps family members connect and interact better, and learn how to resolve conflicts through discussion and problem-solving sessions. Parent/caregiver guidance teaches new ways of managing behavior and strategies to guide development.
Family Therapy–Adults: helps family members connect and interact better, and learn how to resolve conflicts through discussion and problem-solving sessions.
Group Skills Training and Group Therapy: weekly sessions that help school-aged children, adolescents, teens and adults build social skills and master coping strategies in a group.
Occupational Therapy–Children and Adolescents: helps with sensory functioning, motor skills, adaptive skills and feeding, through weekly or twice-weekly sessions.
Physical Therapy: focuses on improving children’s mobility, motor development, posture, strength, range of motion, balance and coordination in weekly or twice-weekly sessions.
Speech and Language Therapy: improves communication and feeding skills for children and adolescents, usually provided weekly or twice-weekly.