What If Your Child’s Anxiety Could Be Decreased in 6 Sessions or Less?
Instead of tears, you see the confidence needed to tackle tough situations.
In place of hopelessness, you witness the excitement of new possibilities.
Rather than fear or isolation, your child meets challenges and recognizes their strengths.
These are some of the beautiful outcomes I see every day as a Solution-Focused Brief Therapist. Kids and teens activating their strengths, resources, and resilience to bring about change in a brief amount of time.
I work differently:
- I don’t believe that more sessions equate to “better” therapy.
- I don’t play cards or board games with your kids and call it “therapy”.
- I don’t apply adult therapy techniques to your teens and hope that they work.
Instead, I use the clinically researched and evidence-based Solution Focused Brief Therapy approach because it’s effective.
How does it work?
Solution Focused Brief Therapy challenges your child to think and shift their pattern of attention.
By having a hopeful conversation, your child’s vision of what’s possible is expanded. I ask questions that create new pathways that will lead your child to notice differences and create change in their life.