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Empowering Unique Learners


Our therapists really “get” your child and will help them learn to regulate emotions. 

When a child has social and/or emotional concerns, dysregulation can affect the entire family. Our therapists can help children and parents learn new ways to communicate to improve relationships. A therapist typically sees a child for one 50-minute session each week until mental health concerns improve. Our Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approach is a research-based intervention that works well with many children. Other interventions, including play and art therapy, may also be incorporated into sessions.

Call 314-961-1500 for information about Miriam’s counseling services. 


Children’s Service Fund Services

MLC can provide FREE mental health services to any qualifying student, age 2-18, through the St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund (CSF), which uses tax dollars set aside for mental health services for St. Louis County resident's children or children who attend a St. Louis County private or parochial school. Children must qualify for school-based services. Services are provided on a first come, first served basis, while funding is available. School professionals or parents can refer a child. A waiting list for services may apply.

St. Louis Mental Health Board

St. Louis City residents who attend a preschool or daycare located in St. Louis City, can also receive free mental health services through St. Louis Mental Health Board. Call 314-961-1500 to inquire.