Is Your Child Experiencing Any Of These Problems?

Difficultly Forming Relationships  

Trouble with friends? Mental health issues, such as depression or anxiety, can lead to social withdrawal and isolation, making it difficult for individuals to engage in and form meaningful relationships.

Trouble Regulating Emotions  

Outbursts, tantrums, and more? Individuals with a history of trauma or adverse experiences may struggle with regulating emotions due to the lingering impact of past events on their mental well-being.

Withdrawal from Social Activities   

Is your child pulling away? Mental health challenges, such as depression or social anxiety, may lead to withdrawal from social activities, including interactions with peers and engagement in class discussions, impacting overall academic experience.

Decline in Academic Performance   

Falling grades? Emotional well-being influences a student's motivation, engagement, and overall attitude toward learning. Mental health struggles may lead to feelings of apathy or disinterest in academics.

Changes in Sleep Patterns  

Up all night? Depression is often associated with changes in sleep, such as insomnia or oversleeping. Sleep disturbances can be both a symptom and a contributing factor to the severity of depressive symptoms.

Self Harming Behaviors  

Hurtful self actions? Individuals experiencing mental health challenges, such as depression, anxiety, or intense emotional pain, may engage in self-harming behaviors as a way to cope with overwhelming emotions or to regain a sense of control.

Today's Steps Lead to Your Child's Brighter Smiles.

Get Started in 4 Easy Steps:

01. Parents - Book Your Complementary Consult

02. Determine if Therapy is Right for Your Child

03. Create Custom Goals and a Plan 

04. Begin The Transformative Journey

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Daylied (Day) Espinal, LMHC

Your compassionate guide and supportive ally, dedicated to navigating the intricate landscape of developmental transitions with children.

Together, we can create a nurturing home filled with greater joy, ease, and love.

As a dedicated therapist, Day specializes in trauma and addresses a wide range of mental health concerns spanning from childhood to adulthood. She is well-versed in Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychosocial Education, and Talk Therapy with 8+ years experience. 

Choosing therapy for your child can be a transformative step toward their well-being. Day is committed to breaking down barriers, including the common stigma associated with seeking mental health support. She believes in fostering a safe and judgment-free space for children, helping them navigate their emotions and experiences.

One of Day's strengths is her personalized approach. In the initial session, she takes the time to genuinely understand her clients, paving the way for a collaborative treatment plan tailored to their unique needs. Whether your child is facing challenges related to trauma or other mental health issues, Day's expertise spans a spectrum of concerns.

Take a proactive step toward understanding your child's needs. Initiate a conversation with them, exploring the possibility of therapy with Day. Your child's emotional health is a priority, and Day is here to help them navigate these crucial formative years. Reach out, and together, let's create a path towards healing and resilience. 


Trauma, Anxiety, Self-esteem issues, Behavioral Concerns



Preteens / Tweens (11 to 13)

Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19)


Every Young Mind Deserves to Flourish. 

It's crucial to approach mental health with the same urgency and care as physical health, recognizing that early intervention can prevent many negative outcomes and set the stage for healthier development.

How to Start the Conversation:

  • Normalize Therapy: Present therapy as a regular and positive way to deal with emotions and challenges, akin to visiting a doctor for physical health.

  • Emphasize Strength: Frame seeking therapy as an act of courage and self-care, highlighting that it’s for strong individuals who wish to improve their wellbeing.

  • Focus on Confidentiality: Assure them that their conversations with the therapist will remain private, creating a safe space for honesty.

  • Offer Choices: Involve your child in the process, such as choosing therapy goals, to empower them and ensure they feel heard.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do You Take Insurance?

Yes! We take the following Insurance: Aetna, Oscar Health, Oxford, United Healthcare and Cigna. If you don't have one of the above we can work with your insurance on an Out-Of-Network capacity. 

Are Your Sessions In Person or Virtual?

Both! Based on your personal preference you may choose.

In-person therapy sessions offer several distinct benefits that can enhance the therapeutic experience and potentially lead to more effective outcomes. Key benefits are an enhanced therapeutic relationship, improved non-verbal communication, fewer distractions, immediate support, and enhanced privacy.

Virtual therapy sessions offer the convenience of attending from the comfort of one's own home, eliminating commuting time and ensuring continuity of care, even when traveling or during challenging times. 

What Will My Level Of Involvement Be As the Parent?

Your active participation as a parent is crucial in ensuring the well-being of your child. We encourage you to accompany them to the initial appointment, providing support and contributing to the goal-setting process. Following this, our therapist (Day) will furnish weekly updates, and we kindly request your ongoing support in helping your child pursue and accomplish their goals.

Where Are You Located?

We are located in Davie, Fl - 4789 SW 148th Ave #104, Davie, FL 33330

Need To Contact Us?

Call us @ (954) 533-5827

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