Greater Williamsburg Child Assessment Center (GWCAC)
The Greater Williamsburg Child Assessment Center provides child and adolescent clinical assessments, psychological testing and referrals to community treatment and support providers based on identified needs.
When you call to schedule an assessment, our program specialist will collect a variety of important information about your child. Try to provide as much information as you can during the call to ensure your family is matched to a qualified assessor who can best meet your needs.
Our licensed therapist will assess your child to determine his/her needs. Once complete, we will make suggestions and recommendations for treatment such as outpatient counseling, case management, psychological testing, and other services.
Visit the Greater Williamsburg Network of Care to find services and resources in your area.
- Mental Health: mood, behavioral, developmental, attention/concentration
- Substance Use: screening and treatment recommendations
- Trauma: impact of abuse, bullying, aftermath of an event or loss
- Court-ordered: mental health evaluation
- Intelligence and adaptive functioning
Williamsburg Health Foundation Support
The Williamsburg Health Foundation has generously provided financial support for children's mental health planning and GWCAC since 2008.
Therapist - GWCAC
Education and Credentials
Specialty/Area of Expertise
Ms. Perkins specializes in working with children and adolescents with behavioral and emotional concerns, depression, and anxiety. She has training in cognitive-behavioral therapy, solution-focused brief therapy, person-centered therapy, mobile crisis, ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training), Safe Zone Training (LGBTQ+ Youth), and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
Ms. Perkins has experience in mentoring, after-school therapeutic day treatment, intensive in-home services, case management, intensive care coordination, and mental health skill building (adults).