How Child Therapy Addresses Issues Facing Children Today
What Is Child Therapy?
As previously mentioned, kids have unique needs when it comes to therapy. Each age stage features distinct phases of development. These stages build new capabilities and limitations. A child psychology therapist always considers a child’s developmental phase when planning various forms of therapy. It’s common to use Dr. Erik Erikson’s Stages of Development to pinpoint the stage of development in a specific child. Your therapist will also factor in things like the child’s school, community and home environment. All three of these strongly influence a child’s personality and behavior.
Assessment For Age and Developmental Stage
This is an important part of beginning therapy, and it isn’t at all boring or serious, but rather fun and interactive. It will help ease any anxiety you may have about your child’s functioning, and it will also isolate any concerning areas that can be focused on during therapy. If concerning areas are found, then a detailed treatment plan will be constructed that can be applied at home and in therapy sessions.
Does Your Child Need Therapy?
Menachem Psychotherapy Group specializes in child psychology as well as group and individual therapy for kids and adults. If you’re thinking about taking your child to therapy for any of the issues or concerns discussed above, contact Menachem Psychotherapy Group to find out more about what to expect.