Individual therapy with children consists of non-threatening, fun methods to tackle big problems with your little ones. Common methods used include games, role-playing, art, stories, play therapy, and activities to put children at ease, build rapport and reduce the sense of "being in therapy". The goal is to make it fun and, we must admit, it’s a lot of fun for us too!
Therapeutic issues include anxiety, depression, trauma, dealing with loss/divorce, stress, problematic behaviors, and more. The most important components of successful therapy is an appropriate match between the patient and therapist, and parental involvement. We invite you to read more in the “Children and Family Therapy” section.