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Heidi Schoonhoven Robertson
· July 19, 2017
Our family absolutely loves this place. They did all the correct tests and helped our family with therapy and guided us on how to handle different situations. The entire staff is friendly and always w...illing to answer my questions. I would recommend this place to everyone. We always saw the same smiling faces when we would come in which is nice. The other nice thing is that you don't have to come every week for them to remember you. They are great at knowing everyone that comes and making them feel welcomed. See More
Angel Storey
· May 8, 2017
Diagnostic processes incomplete, revolving door counseling. ok for mild or everyday stuff but not recommended for a more involved, higher need child
Heather Teets
· April 7, 2017
My son absolutely loves attending therapy at Compass. As soon as we pull in the driveway he gets excited �. This is only our 3rd week but its been great so far.
Jessica Powers
· April 11, 2016
I love the fact that my son gets SUPER excited when we pull in the parking lot! Miss Kim is wonderful! Great staff and place!
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At Compass Wellness Center, we provide cognitive behavioral therapy for children and teens. Evidence-based treatment is essential for depression, anxiety and other behavioral health struggles! Contact us today! 269-692-2100

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One technique therapists often use with children is teaching them to “fill a bucket”! Doing good things for others helps to reduce behavior problems and improve insight. Contact us if your child has behavior problems that you are concerned about. 269-692-2100

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Talking Tips: School Violence
•Reassure children that they are safe and emphasize that schools are a safe place.
•Limit television viewing of these events.
•Make time to talk and encourage your child to express their thoughts and feelings.
•Keep your explanations developmentally appropriate. Provide information based on your child’s age and development....
•Be honest about your feelings and validate your child’s feelings.
•Empower children to take action regarding school safety, encouraging them to report incidents and get help if needed.
•Review safety procedures for school and home and create safety plans with your child. Help them identify safe individuals and what to do if they feel unsafe or threatened at any time.
•Observe your child’s emotional state. Some children do not express their concerns verbally.
•Maintain your normal routine.
•Keep the dialogue going and make school safety a regular family topic.
•Seek help if you are worried about your child’s reaction or behaviors.

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ABA – The Science of Behavior Change
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I am different, not less.

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Children’s Mental Health Week 2018:
1 in 10 children between the ages 5 and 15 are coping with a mental health problem. 269-692-2100

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Wheel of Fortune, Compass Edition! Hard working Compass therapists taking their spin!

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