Beth Osten & Associates
Pediatric & Adult Therapy Services

Mental Health


Our staff of mental health providers includes licensed psychologists, social workers, psychotherapists, and counselors who specialize in treating a range of social and emotional needs.

Our therapists support the emotional well-being of children, adolescents, young adults, and families in a caring and sensitive manner. Mental health therapy approaches may include play-based interaction as well as talk therapy to serve as a vehicle for addressing the social-emotional needs of the individual client and their family.


At Beth Osten & Associates, we offer comprehensive parent and family support.

Mental health therapy services cover a wide variety of needs such as:

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Mood disorders

  • Behavioral concerns

  • Attachment disorders

  • Defiant/Oppositional behaviors

  • Family dynamics

  • Functional emotional development

  • Sensory processing disorders

  • Engagement

  • Feeding issues

  • Toilet training

  • Sleep issues


Join Penguins, our Therapeutic Play Groups

Our therapeutic playgroups are for children 3-6 years old who need extra support in peer and group situations. These groups provide a multi-disciplinary approach to support a child’s individual needs and increase success within a typical preschool context. Groups consist of up to four children and are led by two staff with support from speech/language therapists, occupational therapists, and/or physical therapists.


Other clinical service, methods, and programs we often use in conjunction with mental health therapy treatment:


Peer Groups & Camps

Peer groups are formed on a case-by-case basis depending on the needs of individual clients. Peer groups are tailored to the needs of the children in the group and formed in order to target specific developmental and social goals.

Social Groups & Intensives

Therapeutic Intensives are daily treatment sessions provided over a short-term, intensive format that are individualized to each client. Treatment disciplines include occupational therapy, physical therapy, and/or speech therapy.


Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy helps children and adults develop the skills needed for play, socialization, learning, and participation in daily activities.


Physical Therapy

Physical therapy can help children develop gross motor skills and promote active participation in the home, school, and community environments.


Speech-Language Therapy

Speech-language pathology addresses a wide range of communicative needs in order to promote effective and functional interactions.


Developmental Therapy

Child development specialists are credentialed through the Early Intervention program (EI) primarily treating children within the EI program.



Want to know more?

We’re here to answer your questions about our many therapy services for your child and your whole family. Not sure what you need? We can help.