If your child struggles to manage their emotions, acts out in the classroom, has trouble listening, seems disconnected, has problems at school, has difficulty doing homework, has trouble making and keeping friends, uses drugs or alcohol, then child therapy and teen therapy will help.
Stop worrying about your child and take the first step toward a different future.
Many children have difficulty understanding what they are feeling or how to manage their emotions. When this happens, children frequently behave in ways that may be difficult for them to understand and manage what they are experiencing.
Does your child…
- Complain of frequent stomach aches to avoid school?
- Struggle listening to you?
- Become angry “for no reason at all?”
- Act out in the classroom?
- Have a hard time getting along with other children?
- Become more emotional than other children?
Additionally, due to the Coronavirus, children are struggling with the “new routine,” of distance learning and the disorientation that comes with being shut in.
- No class time and interaction with friends.
- No physical education to burn off that energy.
- No feedback from the teacher to help build self-esteem.
The good news is, that even if your child is struggling with their actions and struggling with feelings that they are not sure what to do with, or how to handle, it is possible for them to learn new skills and techniques to manage their own emotions and behaviors more effectively. Book an appointment today and chart a new course for tomorrow!
IF ANY OF THESE STATEMENTS SOUND FAMILIAR, THEN CHILD THERAPY AND CHILD COUNSELING WILL HELP.
Teenagers experience a variety of regular stressors, including feelings of depression, anxiety and low self-esteem, loneliness, procrastination, peer conflict and school frustrations.
Does your teen…
- Constantly worry?
- Use drugs or alcohol?
- Avoid people or situations out of fear?
- Complain of frequent stomach aches and headaches?
- Experience sudden or frequent panic attacks?
- Struggle socially or academically and you are unsure why?
- Have a difficult time opening up to you and others?
- Spend too much time engaged in electronic media such as TV, the Internet and games?
Additionally, due to COVID-19, teens and college kids are struggling with loss and lives as they knew it, ripped from under them without warning.
- No school day structure or socialization.
- No sports or band or theater to build a healthy sense of self-esteem.
- No prom or graduation milestones.
The unknowns are piling up…
- Will I return to school this year?
- Will my parents get sick because they still must go to work?
- Will my depression spiral downward due to isolation and inactivity?
Teenagers don’t always ask for help when they need it. Just as you show love to your teen by taking them to a doctor when they are sick, you can demonstrate the same love by finding a trained therapist to help with their psychological or emotional concerns.
The good news is, that even if your teen is having a hard time with their actions and feelings, change is possible. Now is the time for them to learn skills and new ways to behave and react to life’s ups and downs. Make an appointment today and see what changes tomorrow brings!
IF ANY OF THESE STATEMENTS SOUND FAMILIAR, THEN TEEN THERAPY AND ADOLESCENT COUNSELING WILL HELP.
Whatever is affecting your child, contacting us today brings you one step closer to getting the help you need for peace of mind.
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