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From the living room to the classroom, Castle Hill’s clinical experts quickly identify and effectively attend to the mental health needs of children and their families using a proactive, team-based approach to address and resolve complex emotional situations.

Strengthening Our Community Partnerships 

COVID-19 has created significant public health, emotional, and financial disruptions to the world. Castle Hill is committed to the well-being of all children, families, and our community partners. While adhering to all CDC and State guidelines around social distancing, Castle Hill has resumed in-person school and home-based meetings during the Spring of 2021. Additionally, Castle Hill continues to offer tele-health and video conferencing formats.  

Please click to check out our Morning Edition interview on WGBH | 04-28-21  

https://www.wgbh.org/news/education/2021/04/28/how-to-help-anxious-kids-return-to-school-after-a-year-at-home

 

 

 

Parents discuss their partnership with Matt Doyle, Founding Director: 

 

"Matt has been involved with our son for 7 years. Now that he is 19, having Matt as a mentor, rather than working in a traditional counselor client relationship has helped him deal with the unexpected death of our daughter and the resulting overwhelming grief.

 

We highly recommend Matt Doyle as a skilled licensed counselor because of his insight, professionalism and kindness. Our family survived because of Matt."

We believe in a non-traditional, tailored approach to reach and help children and their families who are in-the-midst of complex emotional challenges and traumas

Castle Hill’s experts/clinicians identifies and implements a personalized action plan to connect children with their families and the communities they live in

 

Our expert therapists bring proven, proactive solutions to complex, dynamic mental health situations for students with social and emotional challenges  

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