Who We Are
At Fitzgerald Psychological Services, our goal is to facilitate meaningful progress in each families quest for a higher quality of life for their child and for adults to find more success and contentment in their own lives. In these aspirations we also strive to provide others (i.e., parents, professionals, educators, students) with important information related to specific problems through education, training, and collaboration.
Our therapeutic model recognizes that each person is unique and presents with individual, psychological, spiritual, and sociological characteristics. Depending on the specific needs of our clients, we strive to utilize the collective knowledge in the field of Psychology and blend cognitive, behavioral, systems, and multi-systemic approaches. Finally, we endeavor to collaborate with our clients about problems, discuss therapy goals, and talk about proposed course of therapy with them periodically throughout our work together.
Making the Decision to Get Help
Instincts are powerful and should be trusted when making decisions regarding whether you or your child need help or not. Sometimes these instincts tell us that something is wrong or that things are not the way they should be – an infant that is not returning a hug or smile. Perhaps the child is getting into trouble or is just not happy for some reason. If you have concerns, it may be a great relief to just “be sure” there is not a problem you should address. In some cases your questions can be answered in a brief consultation or even by a phone conversation. Our goal is to be thorough and to be fairly certain that we are doing everything we can to ensure that you or your children get what they need.