Have you noticed changes in their mood or emotions?
Does your child seem to worry a lot, get upset easily, or have trouble calming down?
Is your child having a hard time following directions, focusing, or finishing work at school?
Are they having behavioral problems, acting out, or “melting down?”
Seeing your child struggle behaviorally, emotionally, or socially can be painful or frustrating for a parent. You might be feeling worried, guilty, or helpless. When a child is struggling, it can affect the whole family, creating frustration and imbalance in the home. Many parents start to feel emotionally drained, especially if they aren’t sure how to help their child.
Child Counseling can help.