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Clinic Rebrand 2022 - Catherine T. Harvey Center for Clinical Services
We provide life-changing services for ADHD, learning differences, anxiety and depression and autism. Explore our services for therapy, evaluations and more.
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CHC Programs & Services
CHC provides life-changing services for learning differences and mental health for children, teens and young adults.
Evaluations & Therapy Services
CHC offers best-in-class psychological and mental health services for young children through young adults. We offer expert evaluations and therapy with a personalized, comprehensive approach.
Not sure what to expect on your first visit? Reaching out for an appointment is the first step (and it’s a big one). Learn more about how to prepare for your first visit at CHC.
Sand Hill School
Sand Hill School is a place where learning differences are considered superpowers. We're dedicated to helping 2nd – 8th grade students with language-based learning differences, ADHD and school-based anxiety learn to love school again.
Esther B. Clark Schools
At Esther B. Clark Schools, children with emotional and behavioral issues re-engage in learning and in life. We're dedicated to helping these K-10 kids develop the positive behaviors necessary to transition back to a more traditional school setting.
Schwab Learning Center AT CHC
The Schwab Learning Center at CHC (SLC@CHC) celebrates the fact that we all learn in a variety of ways. SLC@CHC helps students with diverse learning challenges leverage their strengths, optimize performance and reach their full potential.
Free Resources for parents & educators
Join us for expert advice, insights and inspiration on mental health, learning differences and family relationships. We offer valuable content on timely topics, led by CHC experts and community partners. Register for an upcoming session, subscribe to our podcast, read an expert blog post or access past presentations in our extensive library.
Parent, school & corporate opportunities
Join a parent support group, school counselor or learning specialists collaborative, or inquire about custom programming for your school or corporation. We aim to raise awareness, build partnerships, reduce stigma and ensure that no one ever feels alone.
Developmental milestones are behaviors and skills that most children demonstrate at a given age. It’s important to note that all children develop differently. Milestone checklists provide examples of typical development progress at that age.
Many members of Generation Z — young people between 15 and 21 — have taken more active roles in political activism this year, and a new survey indicates that the state of the nation is to blame for this generation’s stress levels.
Using social media to connect with others is kind of like having a private conversation in a public place. But there’s a difference. Even when you’re chatting with a friend in the middle of a physical crowd, most other people can’t hear what you say.
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Consider supporting CHC’s ongoing work as we remain committed to the children, teens and young adults in our community with learning and mental health challenges.
Work that matters.
At CHC you will be part of an amazing team that removes barriers to learning and mental health to make a difference in the lives of children and teens every single day.
…now I know I can succeed in my life.
I want to thank all of the people who gave me the opportunity to go to Sand Hill School. Because you helped me get through Sand Hill, and you have allowed me to achieve the goals I can achieve today. Sand Hill changed my life. I was at a school where no one really cared. When I transitioned to Sand Hill it was completely different. They had me set high goals and did not allow me to give up so easily… It was really life changing because now I know can succeed in my life. I have all of these opportunities just waiting for me.