Life, love, and laughter what priceless gifts to give our children. — Phyllis Dryden
The process of child therapy or family therapy can feel difficult and overwhelming to begin. Many people seek a child therapist when their stress levels, or a child’s behavior, reach an unmanageable level. Other reasons a family may consider child therapy or family therapy are numerous, including stressful life events such as divorce, loss of a loved one, birth of a sibling, adoption, or moving to a new location. Family conflict is also a catalyst for seeking a child therapist or family therapist. Making contact with a therapist is the first step.
My therapy practice is dedicated to serving children and families. I design therapeutic courses for children and families, tailoring the techniques to each family, and offering parental support and tools. Sessions may take place in my San Francisco office or in the privacy of your own home. Sometimes I may recommend in-office and in-home sessions for families, depending on need and appropriateness.