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Each endeavor is rooted in the therapeutic alliance between therapist and client and guided by the agreement on goals. Adult therapy is comprehensive; new skills are learned in each session and then exercised outside of therapy. Read below to learn more about the issues we address.
As much as we try to protect them, our kids worry. I have a child who worries. Children are often dealing with, or worried by, issues that we might consider adult problems, and our job — as parents and teachers — is to help them learn to live with the feelings and emotions they are experiencing. Or deal with people at work.