We are now seeing clients in our offices on a limited basis, while still offering
remote assessments, counseling, and consultation (details below).
To keep our staff, clients, and the community safe, we have implemented new policies and protocols in line with the guidelines provided by Contra Costa Public Health, OSHA, and CDC:
– Our office is operating BY APPOINTMENT ONLY when virtual services are not applicable.
– We have pre-screening for all in-person appointments.
– We stagger appointment times to allow our staff and clients to practice social distancing and avoid foot traffic.
– We complete thorough sanitization of office areas and equipment regularly.
– We encourage all clients to wear a face mask covering their nose and mouth, and not come in if sick.
If you had an appointment that was cancelled due to our closure,
you will be receiving an email or phone call to reschedule.
We hope you and your family are healthy and safe.
Our Summit Center staff looks forward to seeing you soon!
Email us at email@example.com
or call (925) 949-7500 or (310) 478-6505.
Telehealth Remote Services
This could be a great time to get caught up by identifying potential learning issues while your child is outside of the classroom. Our Teleneuro-psychological Assessment Services for children, adolescents, and adults allow us to test your child through the computer in the comfort of your own home. Call or email to learn more about the process.
Neuropsychological testing measures several aspects of brain processing which include, but are not limited to intelligence, achievement, attention, executive functioning (i.e., organization and planning), memory, auditory processing, processing efficiency, and visual-motor integration.
It’s more important than ever to combat anxiety, stress, and fear for ourselves and our children. If anyone needs support or guidance during these challenging times, we are here for you and your family. Our psychologists and other professionals are available for counseling appointments via phone or video call (including our doctoral trainees at reduced rates). We offer remote individual, family, and group counseling (also known as psychotherapy) to address a variety of issues, utilizing a strength-based approach to problem-solving and optimizing growth potential through a developmental lens.
During these unsettling times, many families are encountering everyday challenges of managing multiple schedules, work, homeschooling, and household tasks, all while living through a pandemic.
Summit Center professionals provide consultation services for your children, teens, parents, and families. These services can help parents who are attempting to manage the “new normal” in their family’s lives; support learning-from-home for uniquely-wired students; and build academic self- confidence, and more.
Our team members also offer remote consultation for a variety of issues such as parenting, emotional sensitivities, learning profiles, giftedness, twice-exceptionality (2e), asynchronous development, differential diagnoses, academic and college preparatory accommodations (i.e., IEPs, Section 504 Plans, College Board accommodation requests).
If you are interested in scheduling an appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (925) 939-7500 or (310) 478-6505.
We utilize a collaborative, strength-based approach to optimize learning, living, and life-long development. We believe that people want to experience meaningful and fulfilling lives.
While emphasizing positive developmental pathways, we acknowledge the inevitable challenges of painful life processes and transitions. Though difficult, these challenges may become catalysts for further growth and change. We seek to enhance each individual’s capacities to connect with others, enjoy meaningful work, and discover their natural abilities for learning, growth and increased well-being.
We serve children, adolescents, adults, and families.
Summit Center’s team of professionals offer a wide array of expertise to help children, teens, adults, or families deal with these issues:
- Asynchronous development
- Language delays
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Relationship difficulty
- Impulse control
- Coping with life transitions