Child, adolescent and family therapy

The family and children are a system that is undergoing constant change. Childhood is a period of constant transit. Sometimes challenges arise in the family that hinder the path of development. These challenges can arise from a variety of stressors such as school, parental disagreements, divorce illness, learning difficulties, peer pressure, bullying, home changes, and more.

The therapist creates a protected and pleasant environment for the child to feel valued. Strategies are used to reduce stress, to develop coping skills, while helping the child to discover their strengths. Parents are major allies in this process and without their support, progress in therapy is rarely made.

Often in the process of therapy, parents upgrade and expand their parental capacity. Family therapy is an opportunity to build healthy relationships in the family, new strategies for dealing with challenges and new ways of communicating.