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Child psychotherapy is the therapeutic practice of utilizing verbal communication as a means of treating a variety of mental health issues. Some of the most common issues that psychotherapy is used to treat include anxiety, depression, and/or family problems. Psychotherapy is a particularly effective means of intervention for children and adolescents because it helps teach young patients how to communicate and why it is important, especially for any of their future challenges. The goal of psychotherapy, especially for children, is to understand emotions and how they impact their behaviors.

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Tenisha White


Tenisha White is passionate about working and communicating with young patients and families using the practice of psychotherapy. Dr. White has dedicated much of her career to educating and teaching school-aged children in the Chicago Public Schools about the importance of mental health and communication. She has both a comprehensive and integrative approach to treating mental health issues in young patients. Dr. White combines Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy in her treatment practices.

Judy Bitzer


Judy Bitzer specializes in child and adolescent psychotherapy. She believes in the importance of communication and gaining the self-assurance to express yourself. Judy strives to convey to her clients that the ultimate goal of using psychotherapy to treat specific mental health issues is to change and improve unhealthy and negative behaviors and habits. She helps her young patients recognize their emotions, thoughts, and feelings by teaching them the tools needed to make impactful changes to their interactions and relationships.

Sean Saltzberg


Sean Saltzberg seeks to assist his patients in understanding their emotions and positively changing their behavior through psychotherapy. He supports his client’s in achieving their goals and bases his therapeutic approach on a client-centered perspective. Many of Sean’s young patients deal with issues such as behavioral disorders, anxiety, depression, trauma recovery, anger management, relationship issues, and mood disorders. He addresses these issues by utilizing psychotherapeutic strategies such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), as well as mindfulness and motivational interviewing.