Individual Psychotherapy (Child)
Children are currently faced with a time of uncertainty as their daily schedule changes from week to week. They are becoming accustomed to engaging in socially distanced play and often substituting in-person interactions with video interfaces. While children can be extremely resilient in adapting to challenges, they may need need help coping with these increased stressors. For children, psychotherapy may help in dealing with stressful situations, navigating social relationships, and managing emotions. It is important to keep in mind that early development has a profound effect on long-term physical, emotional, and social well-being. Professional guidance during these formative years can help promote more adaptive behaviors and thought processes that will serve your child throughout their lives. We utilize a range of psychological, neuropsychological, and physiological principles that we tailor to your child based on our clinical and research experience.
For parents and children, psychotherapy may focus on adjustment and finding alternate methods of social interaction and searching for meaning. For children, psychotherapy may help in dealing with stressful situations, navigating social relationships, and managing emotions.