Individual Child and Teen Therapy
- Individual child therapy is tailored to your child and is developmentally appropriate as well as individualized to the goals you have specified. Play therapy as well as other expressive therapies are used to allow your child to communicate the challenges they are experiencing. In addition they are able to develop skills to manage frustrations, worries, and stressful situations that are able to be taught through play.
- Family therapy is an important part of the therapy process for your child. It is a way that your family is able to support your child as well as make some adjustments to create an enviornment in which your child is best able to thrive.
- Family therapy can be a useful way for a family to reconnect, make changes and adjustments when they find something does not seem to be working at home or with the overall family dynamic. It can consist of play therapy, games, talking, or any combination that best fits a specific family’s situation.
- There are times when you feel that you do not know the best way to help your child work through situations or manage problems that they are experiencing. Through engaging in parenting sessions you are able to identify what is working and what includes providing support and working with parents to find solutions and make adjustments to their parenting styles and approaches to their unique situations, family, and children.