Enhancing the psychological health and well being of adults, families with young children, adolescents and new parents during times of stress and transition.
Parent to Child and Therapy Associates is a private clinical practice focused on creative arts therapies and speech and language therapy for individual adults, children and families and teens. Effective communication is at the heart of what we do whether in reference to functional speech and language or the deeper work of understanding our behaviors, feelings and interpersonal relationships.
Our outpatient setting focuses on general mental and behavioral health, learning differences, developmental delays and family systems work.
We work cooperatively with our clients to develop an appropriate treatment plan and coordinate additional services as needed and on a case-by-case basis.
Our approach is child-centered, using art and play to support emotional needs and development, along with cognitive-behavioral coping tools. We share the learning and support with parents in a family-based model and offer communication with schools.
We, at Parent to Child, are sad to say goodbye to Diana Hamm.
We will miss her greatly while we wish her well on her exciting next step as an art therapist at Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania. Congratulations and best of luck!
Who We Are
We are a team of Art Therapists and Professional Counselors. Our therapists have unique specialty areas — working with the youngest of children and families to older adults. We support mood and emotional needs, learning disabilities and neurodivergence, eating disorders, postpartum stress, family relationship dynamics, separation and divorce, and grief and loss issues. Several on our staff specifically focus on the LGBTQ community.
Visual art therapy is at the heart of what we do with the belief that images and creative processes help all of us to better understand and communicate our experiences, needs, and feelings.
Join us in welcoming our new intern Nichol Clark!
Nichol Clark is currently an art therapy graduate student at Drexel University in the Creative Arts Therapy Masters program. Before deciding to go back to school for art therapy, Nichol was a hairstylist for the past 15 years and loves making new connections with people while exploring creative expression. Nichol has a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in Graphic Design and enjoys painting as her main medium. She currently is teaching nature based art classes for elementary students for a private summer camp. Her passions within the art therapy world are helping advocate for children while collaborating with caretakers to support them on their journey. She has experience working in a group and individual settings and values the use of CBT practices within the art therapy space. Nichol also has training in eco therapy and loves incorporating nature into the art making process.