We know it is hard to find the right therapeutic fit. Let's answer some questions!

Our FAQ’s will help, and if you have more questions we are here to help.

What ages does Wonder support?

We work with preteens, teens, and young adults.  Generally ages 9-28 but we’re happy to see if we are a fit for youth a bit on either side of that range.  If we aren’t a fit, we’ll do our best to provide alternative references.

How long do families work with Wonder?

This really varies depending when in the treatment journey we meet with families.   On average, families  are with us 6 months but we invoice on a monthly basis and can end service with a 30 day notice.

Will you work with a preexisting therapist, psychiatrist, or other treatment professional?

Yes, we are happy to work in collaboration with outside professionals. Working as a team internally and externally is part of the ethos of Wonder.

What are some common client struggles Wonder works with?

  • Neurodiversity: ASD, ADHD, Executive Functioning
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Young Adult Independent Living Skills & Support
  • School Refusal 
  • Substance and Technology Abuse
  • Trauma, Grief, Loss
  • Gender and Sexuality exploration and identity
  • Family conflict and communication

What is the cost of Wonder's services?

Cost ranges due to each program being individualized to our client’s clinical needs. Call us to explore a program specific to your needs.

Do you take insurance?

We are out of network for all insurance providers and your clinical team must be licensed in the state where services are rendered. We are happy to provide a superbill for these cases, but please speak to the Admissions team for further information.

Is this a substance recovery program?

  • We are not a substance primary program, however, substance use is a very common struggle for our youth and families.  We are a great fit for teens or young adults coming out of a substance recovery program that need support in navigating sobriety, mental health concerns, family relationships, and everyday life.

What type of therapeutic modalities do you use?

Our masters level clinical team uses a variety of therapeutic modalities.  We embrace a relational, experiential, strengths based approach,  in combination with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT), Systemic Family Therapy, Expressive Arts, and Mindfulness.    We use the approach that works best for each client and creatively adapt to keep clients authentically engaged in their work.

What happens in the family sessions?

Family sessions typically happen in our client’s homes with both the parent coach and the individual coach. Our goals are twofold: we work together to create some goals for the family as a whole and we work to process emotions in a safe environment and improve communication.

Let’s start with a conversation about your family.