Young people can have mental, emotional, and behavior problems that are real, painful, and costly. These problems, often called “disorders”, are a source of stress for the child as well as the family, school, community, and larger society.

When parents observe frequent temper outbursts and notice their child’s inability to play well with others, they worry that those behaviors will interfere with their child’s present or future success.


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Austin Child Guidance Center

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Austin Child Guidance Center

The mission of the Austin Child Guidance Center is to improve the mental health of children and their families through early intervention, diagnosis and treatment to help them develop the emotional skills to face life’s challenges.

  • ~ Parent
    ~ Parent

    “We appreciate the sincere help and efforts given us through ACGC. I do believe seeds have been planted which will help our daughter later in life.”

  • ~ Client
    ~ Client

    “I got to express everything I got inside with someone I can trust really a lot.”

  • ~ Parent
    ~ Parent

    “Our experience here has been phenomenal. Everyone was so kind and respectful! My son asks about when we are coming back every week, he truly looks forward to it”

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