Children & Adolescents

“Don’t worry that children never listen to you, worry that they are always watching you.”

~Robert Fulghum

Whereas I don’t see young children for individual counseling anymore, I will see them as part of family therapy.

  • Parenting Education

  • Play & Filial Therapy

  • Communication Skills

  • Social Skills

  • Suicidality

  • Problem Solving Strategies

  • Exploring Sexual Identity

  • Reduction of Harmful Behaviors

  • Adolescent Self Knowledge
  • Deep Healing

  • Establishing a Peaceful Home

  • Liaison with Teachers & Schools

  • Growing through Transitions

Behavioral Plans

Often times a behavioral plan is introduced with children and adolescents to instill structure and diffuse power struggles. This is something that (with my guidance) the family designs together with each member having significant input. When children and adolescents feel heard and confident that their concerns are being addressed, they are a lot more invested in the process as well as the outcome.