Rosa was 18 months old when her family began treatment at A Child’s Haven (ACH). During the intake, Rosa’s mother shared that Rosa would throw tantrums and become anxious whenever she left the room or with the slightest change to their routine. Spanish is the primary language in Rosa’s home, so her vocabulary was slightly delayed, which made it hard for Rosa to express her needs and created more communication challenges at her previous child care center. ACH’s Child and Family Therapist told Rosa’s mom that we have bilingual staff that is specially trained to help Rosa work through her anxiety and overcome language barriers. Rosa’s mother was relieved and excited to ACH could to help her daughter and her family.