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Following clinical assessment, intervention may be recommended and provided by one of our team members either individually (i.e. with the child or adolescent), with the involvement of the parent/ caregiver as appropriate.
Individual therapy sessions with a child entails meeting initially with the parents to discuss concerns, followed by working one-on-one with the child to commence therapy and target such concerns. We ensure that parents are involved in individual therapy sessions and inform parents at the end of each session about the skills being taught and strategies that can implemented in the home environment in order to assist their children.
Individual therapy sessions with an adolescent also entails meeting initially with the parents alone or with the adolescent to discuss concerns. This is often followed by conducting further sessions with the adolescent only. This is because they have the ability to independently learn the skills discussed in session and apply strategies to manage their concerns. It is also because they are more likely to engage in private and confidential therapy.
The following sections include some of the common presentations that our clinic assists with:
The following lists some of the most common presentations:
The following lists some of the most common emotional presentations:
The following lists the most common social concerns:
The following presents some of the most common presentations:
Our goal is to ensure your advocacy needs are met through the process of continuous engagement and genuine understanding of your needs