August 2, 2022 mtcus
Choosing Sports The focus of Occupational Therapy is often on personal care, life skills, and daily living which includes leisure and play. At Mobile Therapy Centers, our Pediatric Occupational Therapists often promote the role of sports in the lives of the kids we work with. All children can benefit from the exercise, energy release, and […]
July 14, 2022 mtcus
Ways to talk with children about what happened at the 4th of July parade in Highland Park, IL Mobile Therapy Centers is grieving with the Highland Park, IL community and families devastated by the senseless act that took place on the 4th of July. Our sympathies are with the injured, deceased, and survivors who were […]
July 2, 2022 mtcus
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (CBT) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an evidence-based psychotherapy practice gaining wide recognition for positive outcomes in research and clinical settings for improving daily functioning and quality of life. At Mobile Therapy Centers, our Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors and Behavioral Therapists often use CBT to work with clients of all ages in […]
June 17, 2022 mtcus
What Does Early Intervention Do for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder? Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder that affects communication and social interaction. It can be mild or severe, and symptoms vary from child to child. Many parents are concerned about whether their child has Autism and wonder what “Early Intervention” can do […]
June 2, 2022 mtcus
Social media is a cultural phenomenon that influences lifestyle as well as our communication and social behavior. Social media spreads information faster than any other media. Social media can have a positive impact on our relationships.
May 11, 2022 mtcus
Mental Health Awareness Month began in the United States in 1949 and was started by the Mental Health America organization. Mental health refers to our emotional and social well-being. Our mental health impacts how we think, feel, and behave.
May 3, 2022 mtcus
I signed my child up for Speech Therapy because he/she isn’t talking. Why is the therapist playing games that are meant for babies, singing songs, and focusing on imitating movements versus making my child speak?