Is your child having a hard time at home or at school? Do you feel concerned about how your child is responding to a recent tragedy, trauma, or other stressor? Or are your child’s behaviors just plain driving you crazy?
Psychotherapy can help children make sense of traumas, through teaching and play. Counseling can also help kids develop skills to become more successful in their relationships and responsibilities. Moreover, counseling can arm parents with more tools to help kids change negative behaviors and cultivate positive character traits instead.
We often work with children individually, with regular joint family sessions or collateral sessions with parents. Children tend to find counseling very fun. It can be a safe place for them to explore difficult feelings and experiences and to learn new skills through drama, play, and games.
Please contact us for a free consultation to see if we might be a good fit for your child and your family.
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