Your Child May Need Therapy If...
They are defiant, disobedient, or angry. Verbally or physically aggressive or throwing temper tantrums. Hyperactive, impulsive, unable to concentrate or disruptive at school. Worried, fearful, excessively sad, suffering from low self esteem or having problems making friends.
You Might Want a Support Session If...
Your children frustrate you. You are struggling to find effective discipline methods. You need some support and guidance in gaining confidence in your parenting
Possible Solution: Parent/Caregiver Support Session
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