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Individual Child Therapy

Guidance On Every Step of the Way

Bringing a child to therapy is a big decision for most parents. Some parents worry that seeking therapy for their child means that they are not an adequate parent and can’t handle problems on their own. They might worry what others think of them and their child, or feel bad that there is something wrong with them. These thoughts can easily run through a parent’s head because our society forgets that a psychological problem is no different than a physical problem. We easily go to a GP for a physical problem; likewise, it is wise to seek the support of a trained therapist if there is a problem socially or emotionally. Our bodies, thoughts, and feelings are all interconnected. Social and emotional struggles occur for many different reasons and children’s challenges can come in all shapes and sizes. The fact that parents are seeking support for their child should be seen as a strength, not a weakness! I will provide some answers to basic questions about child therapy as well as give an overview of how I work with children, adolescents, and their families. We will be talking more as our work together progresses, and I hope that you will always feel free to ask me any questions you might have.