Navigating life as a child can be full of challenges...
A short time in therapy can help a child process difficult or new events.
Children in a wide variety of situations can benefit from psychotherapy. Behavioral issues can sometimes be a sign of underlying psychological problems. Children who are struggling in school may also be candidates for therapy.
Every therapist has a unique approach to working with children and may integrate several therapeutic techniques to find one that works best for the child.
Finding a good therapist for a child shouldn't be challenging.
Things to keep in mind are:
- Level of experience
- Making sure your child feels comfortable with the therapist
- Look at the therapist approach and ask questions
- Ask for a trial appointment so that the child can meet with the therapist without the pressure of being committed to future appointments.
Techniques I use are:
How to work with me.
Have questions? Let’s set up a free 15-minute consultation. This allows you to meet me, ask questions and ensure that I am a person whom you think your child would feel comfortable to work with.
Schedule a Consultation
Book 10 minutes with me to ask questions and ensure that you and your child will comfortable working with me.
Attend your first session
I will work with your child to address their current hardships and help them set goals to work towards.
Measure your progress
We will regularly evaluate and celebrate your child’s growth while ensuring that the therapy sessions are effectively meeting their needs.
- Anger management
- Social skills
- Difficult or un-manageable behaviors