All parents want to see their children happy, healthy, and thriving!
Watching your child transform from carefree to irritable, sad, withdrawn, or even angry is hard! That parental pull to “fix” your child’s emotions is REAL!
Most parents who are seeking therapy for their child feel confused, ill-equipped, and maybe even wonder if they’re in over their head. They sometimes question whether counseling will even help! Perhaps you can relate. Maybe you even feel embarrassed or alone.
Some parents feel trapped in the cycle of negativity with their child and feel worried all the time, you may even feel like you’re constantly “walking on eggshells” so as not to set them off.
Do you feel stressed, lost, guilty?
Do any of the following resonate with you?
- You’re tired of the disrespectful way your child speaks to you and how demanding they are
- Your child’s perfectionism breaks your heart and drives you crazy
- You can’t talk your child into doing any of the things they used to enjoy
- You can’t stand to hear the way your child is so critical of themself or others
If these sound true for you, we want you to know that even though you may feel like it, you are not alone, and this is not your fault. You are a good parent!
You also may be wondering if therapy will even help at this point. We can assure you, if you’re feeling lost, overwhelmed, or worried about what’s going on, then therapy is likely the right choice for your child.
Therapy for your child can help you achieve fewer arguments and a healthier relationship.
It’s possible to feel better about your child’s mental health. Imagine a life where you could…
- Stop excessive worrying or hovering over your child
- Be confident that your child can handle life’s ups and downs
- Have the relationship you’ve always wanted with your child
- Know that your child is happy, confident, and resilient
Watch your child thrive.
Therapy helps your child rise above their challenges and start moving towards their ideal life with less angst and more calm.
Your child will gain the effective tools they need to uncover their own strengths, learn new life skills, and discover ways to cope with difficult life stuff.
Even if you aren’t sure if your child’s problem is serious enough, therapy for your child may be helpful.
We’ve helped countless children not only feel heard, but understood by their parents!
How therapy works:
Our therapists will partner with you and your child to identify strengths and areas of concern. This valuable information is used to formulate a treatment plan that will guide our therapist’s work with your child.
Therapy consists of 55-minute, one-on-one sessions that help your child work through both your concerns and theirs. In addition to listening, our therapists will help make sense of what your family is experiencing and provide practical skills for tackling challenges. Your child’s therapist will play an active role in the process and remain available to both you and your child.
Research shows that therapy can positively change your child’s thinking, beliefs, emotions, and behaviors. It can help them let go of what’s holding them back.
Let’s get started today:
Ready to start feeling better about your child’s mental health? If you feel confused, aren’t sure of how to help, or even “in over your head,” therapy can help.
Ultimately, you want to see your child become happy, healthy, confident and thriving! During your free phone consultation you can share what’s going on for your family and we can get you connected with your best fit therapist.
Get started with your free consultation today.