Is your child in need of support…

because they are experiencing problems that are significantly impacting their ability to manage their behaviors, feelings, and their self-esteem? Perhaps you child doesn’t having the coping skills to manage challenges and stress?

Most children respond to art therapy because it’s often a natural way for a child to express themselves. We use art therapy and creative play to help children manage their anger, cope with feeling of loss, depression, fear and anxiety, adjust to new situations, manage impulsive behaviors and frustrations, learn new strategies to communicate what they want and need without yelling, hitting, shutting down, tantrums or pouting.

Your child will learn how to cope with difficult situations, such as bullies, friends, siblings, peer pressure, loss, divorce, homework stress by creating new ways to solve the problems they are encountering.

If you need support for your child to make changes, and you’d like to change how you respond when a problem arises (so there is less nagging, yelling, repeating, and frustration, and more peace and calm communication), then email to schedule a complimentary phone consultation.

I would like some support just for me and what’s happening in my life, do you help adults too?

Yes, I found that many of the families I work with the parents want support just for themselves. Many adults also find that things surface from your own childhood when you are trying to better support your child. There is something nice about having some time to focus just on your needs without having to think about taking care of others all the time. What many of the adults discover when they work with me 1:1 is that they became an even better parents because they were more clear on what they are feeling and what they need, and they learn how to communicate the support they desire from their partners and their children. You can learn more about support for adults here>>