Looking to find a provider to schedule an assessment for therapy? Or looking for a provider who can complete an assessment for medication and provide medication management? Click below for more information on the types of providers and resources for finding a provider that is the best fit for your child and their needs.

Types of providers who provide assessment and therapy:

  • Psychologist
  • Social Worker (LCSW-C)
  • Professional Counselor (LPC)


Types of providers who provide assessment and medication:

  • Psychiatrist
  • Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
  • Primary Care Doctor
  • Pediatrician
Two people in medical coats holding a heart with a medical cross on it, and a silhouette of a head and brain.

Here's the Plan

Find a Provider

Get a professional recommendation for a provider from:

Step 1 - Find a Provider

Contact a Provider

Contact the list of recommended providers and provide each with information regarding your situation and concerns.

Learn more about finding a provider that fits your cultural background here.

Step 2 - Contact a Provider

Schedule an Appointment

Schedule the appointment and completely fill out registration, background, and insurance information.

Not sure what to ask a provider when scheduling or after you have made the first appointment? See examples of questions you may want to know about your provider and their services here.


Step 3 - Schedule an Appointment

Attend the Appointment and Continue Treatment

Attend the appointment and follow the recommendation(s) of the provider. Continue treatment and schedule follow-up appointments as needed.

Learn more about a parent or caregiver’s role in treatment and working with your child’s therapist here.


Step 4 - Attend the Appointment and Continue Treatment

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