We help children make sense of what is going on in their minds, bodies, and lives, and equip them with tools, techniques, and methods that can better prepare them for any challenge they may be facing.
A child’s physical health is important, and equally important is a child’s mental health. One in five children and adolescents struggle with mental, emotional, or behavioral challenges. Neglecting an issue when a child is young could lead to more complicated problems as they grow older. However, just as treatment for physical illness or injury is effective, so is treatment for children’s mental health concerns. Intervention at the earliest possible stage is key. Learning what the warning signs are and understanding the different types of symptoms and treatment options can make all the difference.
When a child is suffering from mental, social or emotional, or psychological distress and/or trauma, it can be hard to cope with, especially when you feel like nothing is working or there’s nothing you can do to remedy the situation. That is where a child therapist can be extremely beneficial.
This mental health professional can identify the underlying issues that are affecting your child’s overall health and well-being, so he/she can quickly receive the treatment he/she needs to feel better. The truth is many children are unable to fully process the complexities that accompany the emotional and/or psychological issues they are experiencing, so counseling may be just what your child needs to work towards mental wholeness.
Some of the most common signs and symptoms of mental health issues or psychological distress we help treat include:
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