Child Therapy

Our therapists here at Denver Counseling Solutions are more than qualified to treat several childhood behavioral issues like depression, anxiety, lying, stealing, sensory problems, school problems, attention span problems, anger issues, and aggression towards others.

Children whose parents have just become divorced are more prone to suffering behavioral issues. It is of the utmost importance to bring your child for counseling if there has been recent tragedies or traumas in the family. When tragic events occur in a child’s life, they may become traumatized and not know how to deal with it. There is nothing more frustrating and painful than watching your child struggle in life and not being able to help, on some occasions parents make matters worst. Here we offer some of the best therapies and coping strategies to help get your child back to the smiling sunshine they once were.

Child Therapy

Our therapists here at Denver Counseling Solutions are more than qualified to treat several childhood behavioral issues like depression, anxiety, lying, stealing, sensory problems, school problems, attention span problems, anger issues, and aggression towards others.

Children whose parents have just become divorced are more prone to suffering behavioral issues. It is of the utmost importance to bring your child for counseling if there has been recent tragedies or traumas in the family. When tragic events occur in a child’s life, they may become traumatized and not know how to deal with it. There is nothing more frustrating and painful than watching your child struggle in life and not being able to help, on some occasions parents make matters worst. Here we offer some of the best therapies and coping strategies to help get your child back to the smiling sunshine they once were.

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How can we help your child overcome behavioral issues?

We will explore the behavioral and emotional difficulties that are interfering with your child’s health and happiness. Our therapists will utilize play therapy as a medium for understanding and communication with your child with the aim of improving communication and understanding between you and your child. We can help your child learn to cope with anxiety, frustration, impulse control, temper tantrums, improved capacity to trust, aggressive behavior, difficulties with sleeping or having nightmares, and experiencing worries or fears.

How to tell your child

Some parents worry about how their children might respond to being told they need to go to counseling sessions. Counseling has built up a negative reputation and is often seeing as punishment. We have some solutions to help out with this problem. Tell your child when the situation is calm, for example, while having dinner or after watching a movie. Tell them the truth about why they are going to counseling and what you as a parent desire for them. Explain to your child a little about what counseling is, what happens during a counseling session, and that they can play or do activities they enjoy while in session. Call us for more information about how counseling sessions usually go but always remember that it will be different for every child.

How can we help your child overcome behavioral issues?

We will explore the behavioral and emotional difficulties that are interfering with your child’s health and happiness. Our therapists will utilize play therapy as a medium for understanding and communication with your child with the aim of improving communication and understanding between you and your child. We can help your child learn to cope with anxiety, frustration, impulse control, temper tantrums, improved capacity to trust, aggressive behavior, difficulties with sleeping or having nightmares, and experiencing worries or fears.

How to tell your child

Some parents worry about how their children might respond to being told they need to go to counseling sessions. Counseling has built up a negative reputation and is often seeing as punishment. We have some solutions to help out with this problem. Tell your child when this situation is calm, for example, while having dinner or after watching a movie. Tell them the truth about why they are going to counseling and what you as a parent desire for them. Explain to your child a little about what counseling is, what happens during a counseling session, and that they can play or do activities they enjoy while in session. Call us for more information about how counseling sessions usually go but always remember that it will be different for every child.