School Age Children ages 13 years – 18 years old
We make it easy for you to seek help. We see clients days, evenings, and weekends and accept most insurances. Sessions are available both in person and via telehealth. Please feel free to contact us at 210.481.3727 or online here.
We support families and their children by providing counseling for:
ADHD coping skills
Life Transition Issues
Pace Counseling was created with you in mind. We meet our clients where they are and work at their pace. For some, that means hyper-focused, goal-oriented therapy with tangible results. For others, that means patience, guidance, and support from our highly skilled clinicians. Our professional counselors are prepared to help you in a manner that best suits your recovery. At Pace you will find our only agenda, is your success.
- Andrew Staffier
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