Child Counseling

Many children and teens have problems that affect how they feel, behave or react. Counseling is a type of therapy for these problems. It is a way to get help for your child. In Counseling kids talk and learn how to work out their problems. Going to Counselor helps them cope better, communicate better, and do better.

Why Do Kids and Teens Need Counseling?

 Kids and teens need therapy when they have problems they can’t cope alone, and they need someone’s guidance when problems affects them, how well they do, feel, or act. If things don’t get better on their own, Kids may need counseling so things can improve. Sometimes, entire families need support while trying to communicate, learn, and create boundaries.

How Does Therapy Work?

In Counseling kids learn by doing things with other kids, this means working with the whole family, drawing, playing, and talking. For older kids and teens, Counselor share activities and ideas that focus on learning the skills they need. They talk through feelings and solve problems.
Counselor give praise and support as kids learn. They help kids believe in themselves and find their strengths. Counseling builds helpful thinking patterns and healthy behavioral habits.
A Counselor might meet with the child and parent together or meet with the child alone. It depends on the child’s age. Counselor might also meet with a parent to give tips and ideas for how to help their child at home.

What Happens in Counseling?

At first, the Counselor will meet with you and your child to talk. They will ask questions and listen. This helps them learn more about your child and about the problem. The Counselor will tell you how they can help.