Adult therapy offers a space for individuals to meet one on one with a trained counselor. During your initial appointment, you will have the opportunity to discuss the history and the reason for treatment.
Children come into therapy for a variety of reasons, but it is typically due concerning behaviors. Many parents reach a point of hopelessness over their child’s behavior.
Does it seem that you and your partner cannot communicate? Are fights a regular occurrence? Do you hate your spouse? Are you unhappy in your relationship?
Family conflict arises in every family. However, family counseling allows for a neutral party to help facilitate healing.
Group therapy allows for many people to come together (sometimes on a virtual platform), with the facilitation of a therapist, to focus on the same issue.
Children’s primary language is play. Although sometimes used with adults, play therapy is a psychotherapeutic approach primarily used to help children ages 3 to 12 explore their lives and freely express thoughts and emotions through play.