We provide evidence-based behavioral support, Crimson Counseling is proud to be serving children, teens and adult community, schools, and foster programs throughout the southwest.
We serve clients with private insurance, clients with self funded coverage, department of human services, and all clients with medicaid coverage. We work collaboratively with each organization to provide the highest quality of services.
Occupational Therapy for children youth and young adults who are being treated for autism, ODD, conduct issues, oppositional defiance, grief/loss, trauma, anxiety, depression and related conditions.
1. Improve Daily Living Skills: Occupational therapy helps individuals develop and enhance their self-care skills, such as dressing, grooming, feeding, and toileting. These essential life skills foster independence and increase their overall quality of life.
2. Enhance Motor Skills: Children with neurodevelopmental disorders often face challenges in their fine motor and gross motor skills. Occupational therapy utilizes purposeful activities and exercises to promote motor coordination, strength, and dexterity, thereby improving their ability to perform everyday tasks.
3. Address Sensory Processing Issues: Many individuals with autism, intellectual disability, and related conditions experience sensory processing difficulties, leading to hypersensitivity or hyposensitivity to sensory stimuli. Occupational therapy interventions aim to regulate sensory responses, thus reducing behavioral challenges and enhancing participation in daily activities.
4. Facilitate Socialization and Communication: Occupational therapy incorporates social skills training to help individuals develop appropriate social interactions, communication skills, and emotional regulation. These skills are crucial for building relationships, participating in social situations, and navigating the challenges of daily life.
5. Promote Emotional Well-being: Occupational therapists play a vital role in supporting the emotional well-being of individuals with autism, intellectual disability, and related conditions. Through therapeutic techniques and interventions, they help individuals develop coping strategies, improve self-regulation, and enhance overall emotional resilience.