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Children and Adolescent Therapy

Children and adolescent therapy involves working with young individuals (ages 6 and older) in a supportive and empowering manner, aiming to assist them in learning new and adaptive strategies to cope with their challenges and develop healthier relationships with others. This therapeutic approach recognizes the unique needs and developmental stages of children and teens, providing them with tools and guidance to navigate their emotions, behaviors, and interactions effectively. Through this process, young individuals can build resilience, enhance their self-esteem, develop problem-solving skills, and establish more positive and fulfilling connections with peers, family, and the broader world around them.