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children (7 and up)
Children and youth often have challenges managing traumatic events, difficult emotions, impulsive behaviour and challenging interpersonal relationships. Supportive counselling and specialized therapy services can help individuals learn positive coping strategies, develop crisis and safety plans, and move towards mental and emotional wellness.
Sometimes children need support to manage difficult emotions related to trauma, changes in family composition, issues with bullying and interpersonal relationships, to name a few. Often learning new coping strategies, how to have positive behaviour and how to communicate effectively through therapy can make a huge difference not only for the child but for the whole family.
Adolescence can be a difficult time and youth can struggle with developing or existing anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, self-harm behaviours and many other common mental health concerns. Learning how to cope, having a good crisis and safety plan and engaging in cognitive behavioural therapy can lead to positive changes and a new outlook on life.
When children and youth experience mental health or behavioural concerns families can find themselves struggling to function and maintain open communication with each other. Maintaining boundaries and having clear rules and consequences can often be helpful along with knowing when and where to reach out for therapy to get back to where you want to be as a family.
Michelle Harris & Associates
Supportive Counselling and Therapy for Children, Youth and Families
Devoted to helping children, youth, and families find emotional wellness through support, planning and development of practical strategies.
Start your journey to Mental and Emotional Wellness today through supportive counselling and therapy!
Registered Social Workers providing Counselling Services in Barrie.
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If you require immediate support please contact Crisis Services at 1-888-893-8333, visit your local emergency department or call 911.