Childhood or adolescent difficulties
- Does your child have delays in development of intellectual, academic, motor, communication or social skills?
- Does your child have sudden rapid body movements or vocalizations that he or she can’t help doing (tics)?
- Does your child have severe difficulty separating from you?
- Has your child had behaviour problems that go far beyond the usual, and cause serious problems for the child and for others?
- Is your child (or were you) hyperactive or easily distracted?
Children and adolescents can suffer from the entire range of mental health issues that can affect us at any age, but they may also struggle with special challenges.
- Each child or adolescent with difficulties has unique characteristics and should be thoroughly assessed.
- Every child or adolescent would benefit from connecting with a skilled psychotherapist.
Blog posts on this topic
This is the fourth in a series of blogs that will introduce you to an innovative approach to mental health care pioneered by Psychotherapy Matters: the Psychotherapy Matters Virtual Clinic or PMVC. We hope to report regularly on the … Continue reading →
What do we already know? After decades of research and collective practice, mental health care clinicians generally regard cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) as the treatment of choice for mild to moderate depression and anxiety in people of all ages. Face-to-face … Continue reading →
They say it takes a village to raise a child, but there should really be a qualifying asterisk at the end of that sentence that reads: The most crucial person in that village is the parent. Parent counseling is very … Continue reading →