Phone Number: (336) 701-0267

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Welcome! Triad Child & Family Counseling is a specialty practice dedicated to providing counseling and consultative services to children, adolescents, families, and couples.  My practice is focused on family relationships. There are many dynamics to the family system including parent(s) – child, blended family (step parents, step siblings), adult couples, and sibling relationships. Childhood is time of tremendous growth and change, with a multitude of opportunities to learn. Often times during development, children and teens need support adapting and navigating through life’s struggles in order to maintain a healthy path.

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Children and Adolescent Services
Parent Coaching and Guidance
Family and Couples Counseling

"It's never too late to have a happy childhood."

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2601 Oakcrest Ave Suite F, Greensboro, NC

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Best Father’s Day Gift
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Is Your Child Having a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad, Week, Month, Year?
Is Your Child Having a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad, Week, Month, Year?
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What to Expect for your First Visit with a Counselor?
What to Expect for your First Visit with a Counselor?
March 16, 2017
It's completely normal for you (and your child) to be a little nervous about the first counseling session. Before you come to the first session, I will send you paperwork that details my...
Preparing your Child for the First Counseling Session
Preparing your Child for the First Counseling Session
January 27, 2017
Starting counseling can be overwhelming for you and your child.  It’s important that they know what is happening and don’t feel blindsided by starting with a counselor. How do I explai