Counseling Services for Children and Adolescents

Counseling for Children and Adolescents MHOPtheresa 765Mental Health Outpatient Program / MHOP

Is your child feeling sad? Does anxiety and stress overshadow normally happy times? Has your family undergone big changes like a divorce, loss of a job, or the death of a loved one? Has your child been experiencing emotional difficulties for some time?

These feelings can be overwhelming and confusing for a child. Let us help your child move toward emotional healing. We provide integrated, trauma informed and caring treatment services that reach out to children in their homes, schools and community environments. All services for children and adolescents are strength based and sensitive to ethnic, cultural, and spiritual differences and needs of each youth and family.

Counseling provides assessment of children and their unique situations. The development and implementation of treatment plans for a wide array of mental health issues including:

  • Depression;
  • Anxiety;
  • Stress-related disorders;
  • ADD and ADHD;
  • Sleep disorders;
  • Psychotic disorders;
  • Adjustment to trauma;
  • Psychological problems related to substance abuse issues;
  • Psychological problems related to medical issues, and
  • Medication management.


Counseling services are delivered in both individual and group therapy settings by our multidisciplinary team including: Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Therapists, Nurses, and Administrative Case Managers and Blended Case Managers--all trained to work with adults and their families to develop individualized, culturally sensitive, needs based treatment plans.

Eligibility for Counseling/MHOP Services for Children and Adolescents: Youth, up to and including 20 years of age or older, who reside in Montgomery, Chester or Berks County can be referred by a family member, primary care physician, behavioral health provider or a social service agency.


To learn more about Counseling/MHOP Services for Children and Adolescents, call one of the following locations:

Contact Us:  Phone: 484-941-0500 Fax:  484-941-0515
Located at: 11 Robinson Street, Pottstown, PA 19464
Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday, 8:30AM-9PM; Friday, 8:30AM-5PM
Saturday, by Appointment Only
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Contact Us:  Phone: 610-948-6490 Fax:  610-474-0011
Located at: 1 Mennonite Church Road, Spring City, PA 19475
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Contact Us:  Phone: 610-326-9250 Fax:  215-679-9795
Located at: 452 Penn Street, Pennsburg, PA 18073
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Contact Us:  Phone: 610-369-7271 Fax: 610-369-7299
Located at: 5th & Montgomery Avenues, Boyertown, PA 19512
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Contact Us:  Phone: 610- 404-8825 Fax: 610-404-8828
Located at: 321 N. Furnace Street, Suite 40, Birdsboro, PA 19508
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Counseling/MHOP Services for Children and Adolescents also provided on location, at Pottstown and Boyertown Middle Schools.


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Painful feelings can arise when children are exposed to traumatic events at an early age. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) can lead to behavioral health problems like depression and addiction later in life, if they remain untreated. Our youth programs promote hope and healing for a child or adolescent experiencing:

  • Depression or anxiety,
  • Trauma or loss,
  • Behavior difficulties,
  • Eating disorders, and/or
  • Family relationship issues.


Services offered to children by Creative Health staff are:

  • Child Centered as they meet the individual needs of the child, considers the child’s and family’s situation, are developmentally appropriate, strength based and child specific.
  • Family Focused as the family is recognized as the primary support system for the child. The family is a full partner in all stages of decision making and treatment.
  • Community Based as both formal and informal resources are accessed in order to promote the child’s successful participation in the community.
  • Multi-Systemic as they are planned in collaboration with all child-serving systems involved with the child’s life.
  • Culturally Competent as the behavior, attitudes, values, beliefs, customs, language, rituals, ceremonies and practices of the child’s ethnic group are recognized and respected.
  • Least Restrictive/Least Intrusive as they are delivered in settings considered the least restrictive and least intrusive and meet the needs of the child.

Child and Adolescent Service System Program (CASSP)