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Newtown

At the Center for Neuropsychology & Counseling, we understand how crucial it is to get the help you need. That’s why our counselors and neuropsychologists use their expertise to understand your situation, consider the possible causes and work to create effective solutions.

Neuropsychology and Counseling in Newtown PA

Our team provides one-on-one, family and group therapy, evaluations, Cogmed training and consultation to schools, courts and physicians.

We deal with issues such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism spectrum disorders, anxiety/stress management and depression in Newtown.

Clinicians trained in helping children and teens

Many children face hurdles as they grow, whether it’s stress, anxiety, depression or anger, as well as the identity development issues that crop up in the teenage years. Our highly trained Newtown clinicians can work with your children to evaluate and overcome these obstacles.

We can also help your child develop their social skills, and help you create positive connections in situations where family relationships are strained.

Our expert team will work with you and your child to help them grow, thrive and resolve challenges.

Newtown counseling and therapy for couples

Conflict is a normal part of any relationship. But the way couples handle conflict can affect the health of their partnership. Distance, anger and resentment can lead to a breakdown in your relationship.

If you want to work on your relationship, The Center’s clinicians can help. Our team is trained to work with you to spot the strengths and weaknesses in your relationship and find ways to communicate, manage conflict and make a stronger connection.

About Newtown PA

A beautiful borough in Bucks County, Newtown was founded by William Penn in 1683. It was established as one of the towns that Penn had created to support the city of Philadelphia. It contained country homes for a number wealthy city residents, and acted as the county seat of Bucks County for many years. Newtown is known for its historic clocktower, though a number of boutique businesses have sprouted and thrived throughout the area, including restaurants and specialty stores. Though it is a small community, Newtown is home to over 2,000 residents, and boasts a median household income of $63,571.