Discovering that your child/adolescent is struggling emotionally or psychologically can be extremely upsetting for any parent. Seeking the help of a professional therapist can, either, enable you to help your child yourself, or when necessary, help your child/adolescent directly.
Child and adolescent counselling is similar to adult therapy, in that it can offer a safe, non-judgemental space in which your child/adolescent can explore and develop tools and skills that can enable he or she to bring change to thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Much like an adult, children and adolescents can have complex internal struggles and only by understanding these struggles can they reduce the anxiety they are experiencing.
Whether your child/adolescent is suffering with traumatic issues or is struggling with the brave and simple act of being human, our qualified child and adolescent therapists can help them deal with difficult subjects.
Children and adolescents will learn the coping mechanisms necessary to face future struggles as well as improving self-esteem and self-confidence. By working together our therapists and your child/adolescent can strive towards a positive fulfilling future.
Whatever type of therapy we recommend your child/adolescent engages in, our hope is to help them not just survive but thrive!
The Practice’s Therapy for Child and Young People Service, is offered by a counsellors who specialise in working with children/adolescents and primary carers. Offering new and alternative ways of helping your child/adolescent cope with difficulties such as:
- Divorce or separation;
- Death of a loved one;
- Social Media Issues
- Sexual abuse;
- Emotional abuse;
- Physical abuse;
- Family or child relocation;
- Substance abuse or addiction in the family;
- Mental illness, like depression or anxiety
We believe in empowering the individual child or young person to help themselves, develop their own resilience and resources so that they are able to communicate their needs more effectively and make better choices for themselves within their unique circumstances. Our team of qualified and experienced counsellors and psychotherapists provide a safe, confidential and non-judgemental place for children, young people and their families to explore their concerns
What to expect when you contact us.
We offer a free initial telephone consultation so you can discuss your concerns and we can answer any questions you might have. We will then refer you directly to one of our qualified children and young people therapists.
We are pleased to say that we meet the standards of the EHC referral process, and are now accepting Education, Health, and Care (ECH) plan referrals.
We work online and from our beautiful sites in Weybridge, Guildford and East Molesey and in a school environment, where appropriate.