Child & Family Treatment Center
The Child and Family Treatment Center of Central Clinic provides mental health services to children, adolescents and their families in a variety of office-based and community settings. Our goal is to assist children to be emotionally and developmentally prepared to be successful in their school and home environments.
Intake: (513) 558-5878
Phone: (513) 558-5857
Fax: (513) 558-5076
Director: Trena Goodwin, APRN, LPCC, CNS
Clinical Director: Maria Piombo, Ed.D., LPCC-S
To request additional information or brochures, contact Cindy Rauen at (513) 558-5857 or email@example.com
Children with unhealthy relationships and/or poor self-esteem often have barriers to success in school and home, and have problems forming healthy bonds with family and peers. We use a variety of evidence-based practices to address emotional issues, relationships, and school performance in order to improve every child’s chance of succeeding.
- Individual, group and family counseling
- Psychological testing
- Medication consultation and management
Referrals typically come from schools, pediatricians and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.Read more...
School Based Services
Ready to Learn
The Ready to Learn program provides family-oriented school-based mental health services. The program strengthens students’ academic achievement as measured by Ohio proficiency testing. Ready to Learn works with school and agency partners to identify gaps in needed services, coordinates school-wide enrichment programs and connects parents with needed community resources.Read more...
Cincy After School & Community Learning Center
The Cincy After School program coordinates volunteers to provide tutoring and cultural enrichment programs in various Cincinnati Public Schools.Read more...
Young Child Institute
The Young Child Institute (YCI) is a unique facility for infants and children who have emotional bonding issues with their parents or who exhibit behavioral problems in pre-school. For example, some toddlers have been expelled from pre-school by the time they are referred to YCI.
This program is the only one of its kind for children ages birth to five years in the Greater Cincinnati area, and focuses on strengthening parent-child bonding. YCI services complement the prevention and educational programs of United Way of Greater Cincinnati‘s Success by 6 strategy, and Every Child Succeeds and its managing partner, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, all of which refer children and families to the YCI program.Read more...