PROVIDING YOUTH WITH EDUCATIONAL AND MENTAL HEALTH TOOLS THAT MOTIVATE AND EMPOWER THEM!
PROVIDING PSYCHOLOGICAL, EDUCATIONAL & MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES TO YOUTH
Here at Educating Youth Services (EYS) children and young adults, ages 5 to 22, are welcome including families. Special areas of clinical interest are learning disabilities, ADHD and self-regulatory disorders, social skills deficits, anxiety, depression, and self-esteem issues.
Feel free to call to see if we can be of help to you. If we can’t help you, we will refer you to someone who can.
We engage in the following community outreach activities:
Educate families, schools, and the general public on the many facets of learning, learning disabilities, special education law, and social and emotional development through delivery of presentations, lectures, workshops and seminars.
Offer community-based activities to support the continued growth and development of youths who may be diagnosed with social, emotional, developmental and learning disabilities.
Collaborate with other clinics and educational settings in order to provide educational and mental health supports and services to youth and their families.
Dr. Simone Phillips, Ed.D. earned a Master’s Degree in Special Education, from American International College, located in Springfield Massachusetts, in 1997; a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Educational Psychology, from American International College, in 2004; and a Doctorate Degree in Professional Counseling and Supervision, from American International College, in 2016. She has been licensed by the State of Massachusetts as a Licensed Educational Psychologist since 2015 and is am a member of the American Counseling Association. Dr. Phillips has clinical training and experience in conducting psychological and educational assessments and mental health counseling. Dr. Phillips uses a comprehensive and, if desired, a Christian approach to treatment with cognitive-behavioral, solution focused, and person-centered techniques to meet the individual needs, and treatment goals, of children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Phillips maintains collaborative partnerships with education and community agencies to ensure that services for her clients are ongoing.