Does your child worry more than other kids their age?
Does your child have difficulty listening or following instructions?
Have you noticed a change in your child’s demeanor?
Are your child’s grades slipping?
At IPCI, we use a combination of cognitive-behavioral techniques as well as child-centered and filial play therapy to help children with a number of conditions including anxiety, depression, and behavioral issues. Helping children manage their emotions in conjunction with supporting parents to reinforce the skills built in therapy sessions is part of what you can expect at IPCI. We collaborate with parents & caregivers throughout the therapy process for an integrated change experience. Therapy sessions are usually split up between individual parent time, individual child time, and some degree of meeting altogether.
As children grow into teenagers, many parents experience challenges with this period of life when teens move between managing quickly changing feelings, struggling with peers, seeking independence, yet needing support. Below are just a few of the areas we treat for adolescents:
Questioning sexual orientation or gender identity
At IPCI, we value the adolescent stage of wanting to talk freely to an unbiased 3rd party, yet also find it important to incorporate parents into the therapy, as appropriate. Please contact our office for more information about adolescent therapy services.