Developmental and psychological evaluations can provide a comprehensive understanding of a child or teenager’s abilities, strengths, and needs. They can help identify any developmental delays, learning disorders, or mental health concerns. This information can then be used to develop appropriate interventions, such as educational or therapeutic programs, to support the child’s growth and well-being. Additionally, evaluations can help determine eligibility for special education services or accommodations, and can assist in making important decisions about a child’s education and care. Overall, these evaluations can play an important role in ensuring that children and teenagers receive the support they need to reach their full potential.
Music therapy can be a rich and rewarding part to a comprehensive treatment program. In fact, many parents seeking music therapy have been receiving other therapies for many years. The Cadenza Center offers individual and group music therapy sessions both within our offices as well as at locations throughout southeastern Florida.
Music therapy is the use of specifically prescribed music experiences to address non-musical goals.
Through parent training, parents and caregivers can gain insight into their child’s condition and learn ways to cope and manage stress. Parent training can also help parents better understand their child’s needs, and build on their strengths in order to promote positive behavior change. Ultimately, parent training can lead to improved outcomes for children as well as better relationships between parents and their children.