Momentous Institute specializes in trauma-informed, culturally responsive, family-based mental health services for young people and their families.
A Holistic Approach
Our approach to mental health challenges is through understanding and compassion.
We recognize the importance of unearthing and addressing underlying causes and highlighting strengths, rather than simply treating symptoms.
Momentous Institute specializes in accessible family-based mental health services for youth and their families. Our team of over 30 licensed therapists and parent educators share a belief that all families deserve to heal and thrive, so we provide affordable services to children ages 0 to 15 and their families. All programming is offered in both English and Spanish and there is no requirement to live in a specific zip code.
We offer mental health services in-person and via telehealth.
Therapy for Youth
Our licensed therapists specialize in family, individual, play, and group therapy. Because each situation is unique, our therapists utilize a variety of approaches. This might include working individually with a therapist or in one of our group programs. Our team of experts will help provide the best path for healing on a case-by-case basis.
Momentous Institute provides a variety of in-person and virtual parent education classes. Please contact us for a current list of classes or if you are an organization or school interested in hosting a class at your location.
Families seek support for a variety of reasons including:
Make an Appointment
We offer mental health services and parent education classes in-person, online and via telehealth.
We believe high-quality mental health services should be accessible to everyone. No one is denied services for an inability to pay. We do not bill insurance but rather determine a fee based on a sliding scale, where families help decide what they can afford to pay.
Fill out the form and one of our team members will be in touch within 2 business days. You may also call us at 214.916.4000. Please note, we are not a 24-hour crisis center. If this is an emergency or you are seeking immediate treatment, please call 988 to speak with a mental health professional or 911 to speak with an emergency response professional.