|About||The Olive Tree Center for Child & Family Psychology aims to reconnect and empower children & their families to heal, grow, & thrive.|
The Olive Tree Center for Child & Family Psychology was founded on the principle of connection. Dr. Laura Olivos aims to empower the children and families she works with to find a voice through the most evidence based treatment modalities and practices.
Through an integrative and client-centered approach, Dr. Olivos integrates mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral, and play therapies to collaboratively develop a unique and personalized treatment plan for each child, family, and adult that seeks services.
A myriad of psychological services are offered to our patients ages 3 years and up including but not limited to the following:
-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for children, adolescents, and adults with various disorders including but not limited to depression, anxiety, and trauma
-Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) for children who have struggled with PTSD and symptoms secondary to abuse and neglect
-Structured Family Recovery (SFR) TM for families struggling with substance abuse and related issues
-Parent Management Training to aid parents in managing emotional dysregulation, hyperactivity, defiance and oppositional behaviors in their children
-Play Therapy for trauma resolution and integration in children
-Behavioral Therapy for children with Autism, ADHD, Conduct Disorders
-Coparenting Training and Classes for disjointed family systems struggling with the effects of divorce or separation.
-Mindfulness Training and Progressive Muscle Relaxation to aid in anxiety, panic disorders, sleep disturbances, and posttraumatic stress symptomatology
-Family Systems Therapy for families seeking improved communication through identifying maladaptive patterns in their unique family roles
The Olive Tree Center for Child & Family Psychology prides itself in also offering psychological testing to diagnose or rule out the following:
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder