If you have a child who is struggling, then you know how hard it is to watch them hurt. Your child may struggle with anxiety, behavior, anger, focus, sadness, or relationships. If you have a child who struggles you are not alone. We have written many blogs to help parents learn tips to work with their child. We hope you will get some good and helpful ideas.
If you would like extra support, child counseling can help your child learn skills to manage emotions, develop healthy relationships, and reach his potential. At MVP we offer developmentally appropriate child counseling and have therapists who specialize in working with children.
The language of younger children is play, therefore play therapy is the best form of counseling for most elementary age children. Most importantly, play therapy your child's counselor can support him in addressing anxiety, anger, loss, and his sense of self. Above all, parents are an important part of the counseling process. Counseling is most effective when parents help their children generalize skills learned in counseling to their lives throughout the week.
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