At our Dearborn Heights MetroEHS Location, we frequently treat individuals with anxiety (including social, separation, and generalized), depression, adjustment disorder, oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Additionally, we gladly accept referrals from speech and occupational therapists for pediatric feeding disorders and speech delays.
MetroEHS Psychologists and Social Workers are licensed therapy professionals providing these services.
-Grief and loss
-Navigating new diagnosis
-Students stressed with remote learning
Individuals and family units seek mental health services for:
-Parents stressed with remote learning
-Support for single parents
-Support for parents of children with disabilities
-Grieving/acceptance of new diagnosis COVID pandemic coping
Group Therapy can help with:
-Becoming a Parent Sidekick
-Social Skills Support
-Social Emotional Support for Single Parents
-Support in New Diagnosis
-Grieving and Acceptance
-Feeding and Swallowing Support
Managing symptoms depends on the diagnosis and presenting symptoms. We aim to empower clients with the tools to manage their symptoms independently. For most clients, we recommend at least a year of support to account for cancellations, rescheduling, vacations, and sudden life events.
Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), is an evidence based treatment that focuses on improving socially significant behaviors, and has shown to be an effective treatment for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Speech Language Pathologists carry experience providing services to our pediatric clients from the ages of birth through adolescence. They assess and treat children that may have difficulties in areas of communication, swallowing, speech or language.
Occupational Therapists address sensory processing, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, cognition, social skills, strength, balance, coordination, activities of daily living, reflex integration, and feeding.
We are passionate about eating! We know that having a “picky eater” is hard for the whole family. Our goal for feeding therapy is safe, functional, and positive eating experiences to improve quality of life!
MetroEHS Pediatric Physical Therapy works with children of all ages and diagnoses, whether your child is behind on their milestones, has a neurological diagnosis, or suffered an injury during play.
Mental Health Services
MetroEHS treats individuals with anxiety, depression, adjustment disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and autism spectrum disorder.