Child Therapy

Many children go through a time in life where they seem to struggle in school and at home. For some children, these challenges might be a response to transitions such as the birth of a sibling, divorce, a move, a specific traumatic event, or a death in the family. For other children, there might not be an obvious trigger for their difficulties.  When you notice your child struggling and it seems to be more than a normal "bump in the road" of life, it might be a sign that they need therapy.

Welcome to our child therapy services, where we prioritize the well-being and growth of your child in a safe and nurturing environment.  At Triangle Child Psychology, children are given the opportunity to explore a wide range of developmental issues.  Our youngest clients learn to express their needs and tackle developmental challenges related to separation, individuation, and school readiness.  Adolescents will typically utilize therapy to address  challenges with self-esteem, peer relationships, school and academic difficulties, depression and anxiety, and strained family relationships.  With psychotherapy, our psychologists help your child gain the necessary skills to have healthy peer and family relationships.  Our approach to child therapy is centered around fostering resilience, confidence, and emotional intelligence in children, empowering them to navigate life's challenges with strength and resilience.

We work with parents of our child clients in a team approach to psychotherapy. This means that parents are a resource in their child’s treatment and we assist parents with parenting concerns as needed, meeting without the child in regular sessions separate from the child’s weekly sessions. In parent meetings, the parents help the therapist assess progress and continued challenges and the therapist offers ideas and new skills in the face of old patterns and difficult behaviors.

At our child therapy practice, we believe in the transformative power of therapy to create lasting positive change in children's lives.  Contact us today to learn more about how we can support your child on their journey towards emotional well-being and growth.