The Children's Clinic

The Children's Clinic provides thoughtful and collaborative outpatient mental health services to children and families experiencing a broad range of emotional and behavioral challenges family consultation and caregiver support are an integral part of out comprehensive clinical care. Our clinicians serve children of all ages including very young children (0-6), latency-aged children (7-12), and adolescents (13-18).


Therapeutic Support

  • Play Therapy
  • Art Therapy
  • Narrative Therapy
  • Psychodynamic Therapy
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
  • Attachment & Regulation Competency Therapy (ARC)
  • Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP)
  • Family Therapy & Parent Support- Group Therapy
  • Medication Assessment and Management

“The Children’s Clinic is a gift and a blessing to this community. We are so lucky to have been able to be a part of this center. It has changed everything for my kid”

Founded in 1985, The Children’s Clinic is the outpatient component of Cutchins Programs specializing in treating trauma experienced by children and adolescents.

A distinctive feature of The Children’s Clinic, is our commitment to long-term trauma and attachment work that supports children and their families as their needs change, but do not disappear over time.

Ways to Help

If you are looking for ways to contribute to our programming, please check out our Amazon Wishlist. We have a wide selections of items to choose from that will greatly benefit our Clinic. Thank you for your support.

Amazon Wish List

United Way of Franklin & Hampshire Region
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What Can You Expect?

  • Each client is carefully matched to expertise and availability of their clinician
  • Typically seen for weekly therapy at the Clinic
  • Holistic support across school, home and the community
  • Goal and vision driven
  • Tailored treatment based on child's needs for as long as they need it
  • Each child and family are supported from a positive strength based approach


These videos were created by Amanda Harrison, Director of The Children’s Clinic, and Charlie Cooley, Occupational Therapist and videographer. Reading stories and helping children to use the concepts in those stories helps our clients stay connected to their therapeutic caregivers as well as the practices that help them grow emotionally. The generous support of the United Way enabled our clinicians to create the resource materials that accompany the videos, and will enable our families to maintain the emotional balance that helps their kids. The funding from the United Way also enabled The Children’s Clinic to purchase copies of both books to give to Cutchins families, forging an even deeper connection to the words.

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