Parents often seek counseling regarding their child when they have more questions than answers concerning their young one's behaviors.
* Is my child's behavior normal and age appropriate? * Is this a problem or just a phase? * Is my child's problem genetically based? * Does my child need therapy? Medication? * What can I do to help my child?
Children experience occasional problems as they grow and develop. As children are faced with new situations and expectations, it is common for them to experience some difficulties. Usually, they tend to be short-lived, and don't significantly interfere with the daily life. When a child's issues become more severe and persistent, and the parents' attempts to help are unsuccessful, reaching out for professional help can be an important step.
Our approach to children is holistic. We assess all the aspects of your child’s well being; psychological, nutritional, physical as well as their internal and external resources. Our goal is to help ensure continued healthy development and support your child's true natural way of being.
We help children with the following issues:
Anxiety - separation, social, school phobia, specific phobia, panic attacks
Defiant and oppositional behavior
Adjusting to new situations
Dealing with parental separation/divorce
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
Attention Deficit Disorder with hyperactivity (ADHD)