Counseling for Children

Has your child been experiencing behavioral or emotional difficulties?

At our counseling center, it’s part of our mission to help parents in distress. You should never feel guilty or ashamed for seeking professional help because there is no such thing as “the perfect parent.” We use a multidisciplinary counseling approach to include the parent, along with the other primary caregivers in the household. This allows you to have an active role in the treatment of your child.

counseling for children

As a parent, it’s not always easy to tell when a child’s behavior is just a phase or if there is something more serious going on.

It can be very difficult to distinguish between typical developmental behaviors and if those emotions are a reason for concern.

If not addressed properly, these problems can actually have long-term effects on your child’s development. The good news – If you’re reading this, you’re already taking a proactive step in supporting the change that your child needs. Early therapeutic interventions give us a major advantage in effectively treating and changing problematic thoughts, emotions, and behavioral cycles.

Counseling Helps Problematic Behaviors in Children.

Distracted with intense worries or fears.

Irritability, temper tantrums, major emotional outbursts.

Difficulty concentrating at school, or recent drop in grades.

Problems sitting still unless playing games or watching videos.

Difficulty making or keeping friends.

Issues with sleeping too little or too much

Unusually low energy levels

Physical symptoms such as headaches and upset stomach without known medical cause.

Counseling Helps Problematic Behaviors in Children

Therapy for Children is proven to help with help:

  • Feelings of depression, anxiousness, or hopelessness about the future
  • Loss of motivation to attend school or do schoolwork
  • Big life changes such as their parents’ divorce, the transition from middle to high school, or switching to a new school altogether
  • Loss a loved one or an important relationship
  • Conflicts between children and parents
  • Uncertain self-identity or low self-esteem
  • Social anxiety when interacting with other children
  • Academic difficulties

What is the Process of Counseling for My Child?

The initial 60-minute session involves parents and a licensed mental health counselor who conducts a comprehensive clinical intake to understand your child’s social, biological, and psychological history, focusing on any emotional or behavioral issues. This session helps us create an effective treatment plan by understanding your child’s behaviors, communication, and self-perception. You’ll share details on developmental milestones, medications, diet, sleep, energy levels, relationships, and more. Our goal is for you to feel confident in our therapist’s approach and be guided with treatment updates along the way. Your therapist will give recommendations for parents and caregivers to help reinforce positive change in your child outside of their therapy sessions.

The subsequent 50-minute session with your child can be scheduled according to your availability. This session marks the beginning of the psychotherapy process.

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Counseling for Children is Proven to Help:





Eating disorders

Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Conduct disorders

Academic success


Meet our therapists specializing in Counseling for Children

If You’re Child is Experiencing These Symptoms, It May Be Time For Professional Help.

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