We all want the best for our family and worry about how they are coping with the daily dynamics of life. Kaleidoscope Behavioral Health is here to help, whether it’s your child “playing out” their feelings and problems, or teens/adults “talking out” their difficulties. And, we do it with a special play/activity room designed to meet the emotional needs of children and tweens. Kaleidoscope even has unique adult therapy, where parents can find peace and healing.
Dr. Kay Trotter, founder of Kaleidoscope, is a sought-after expert who is well aware of the anxiety we feel with navigating parenting, behavioral issues, and the emotional pitfalls of social media.
Dore Quinn, one of six Kaleidoscope counselors, specializes in adolescent/adult self-harming behaviors, depression/anxiety and couples. Her desire is to help clients learn how to use their own strengths to cope with life’s challenges.
Dore is wonderful. She spends the time with our child and is able to determine how best to help him get through his particular life struggles. She has also taken the time to expand on our knowledge of how to deal with some of his behaviors and where they come from. She has made our visits enjoyable and informative and demonstrates great ability to work with a 7 year old boy and give him some tools that help him deal with his prior living situation. We all love Dore and the job she has done for our family.- Alan, Corinth
We have been going to Dory at Kaleidoscope off and on for many years and I cannot be more grateful to her for what she has done for our family. She really knows what she’s talking about and she is very invested in all of her clients that she cares more than anything you know that she cares and what she tells you and suggest you is going to work.- Melissa, Wylie
Dore was so understanding. She has so much knowledge and guided our family through the process of coping with different situations.- Sarah, Carrollton