Child therapy is often a discussion topic that may be highly sensitive and (at times) provocative for parents. Stigmatized and stereotyped as they are, therapy sessions are mostly associated with people undergoing drug abuse, trauma, and other issues categorized as ‘adult’ problems. Because of these negative connotations, most parents do not consider therapy as an option for their children. This is a reality; sad and very concerning. Because child therapies are designed to help children cope with hard-to-broach subjects like trauma, neglect, and abuse.
We have qualified and experienced child therapists on board who help bilingual children through their issues of generational trauma, challenging schooling environments, depression, anxiety, isolation and many other issues.
Through positivity, warmth, and empathy, our psychotherapists are encouraging and strengthening confidence in children by listening to them, understanding them, and boosting their self-esteem.