Children may experience emotional and/or behavioural challenges due to various reasons, which may include trauma, changes in the family structure, divorce, grief, bullying, self-esteem, social skills and friendships, sibling rivalry, anxiety, changing schools, academic challenges and coping with educational challenges at school and various others.
By making use of an eclectic approach to therapy and utilising various therapeutic techniques, the client’s unique need for therapeutic support is addressed within a systemic approach underlined with positive psychology.
The therapeutic process often starts off with an assessment of the client’s current emotional functioning and needs. This could take between 1 to 3 hours, over various sessions or in one session. Thereafter the therapeutic support process commences on sessions as arranged with the client or parents and psychologist.