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Child Therapist

Child Therapy

Children deal with many of the same feelings adults do. Usually children do not have the vocabulary to talk about their feelings. Instead they express their feelings in other ways. Sometimes, they may act out their feelings in physical, inappropriate or problematic ways.


Have you noticed a change in your child's behavior, grades, social interactions or eating and sleeping habits? Is your child showing some regression? Perhaps your child has been struggling in school; concentrating, controlling their emotions or interacting with peers. Your child might be struggling with something that they cannot cope with alone. Early intervention can help children develop the skills they need to live happy, healthy and successful lives.

Child Therapy, helps your child learn how to express their emotions, improve communication skills and regulate their feelings. Children can also learn how to resolve conflict and develop social skills and coping skills.​

Sometimes, a child might need academic support in conjunction with counseling. We have extensive experience helping children receive 504 and IEP accommodations in school. A&E Counseling can help you advocate for your child to receive the appropriate accommodations and services. Learn more about our parent consultation services.

We have experience working with clients on a range of issues and life situations, including:

  • Divorce

  • Coping with Learning Disabilities

  • Bullying

  • Anger Management

  • Worries

  • Problem Solving

  • Making Friends

  • Behavior Issues

  • Coping with Change

  • Impulse Control

  • Adjustment Disorder

  • Life Transitions 

  • Self-Esteem

  • Stress Management

  • Blended Families

  • Incarcerated parents

  • Immigration- Mental Heath Related Issues

  • Deportation of a Family Member

  • Separation and Attachment

  • Family Members Living Far Away 

  • Conflict and Resolution

  • 504/IEP (Individualized Education Program)

  • Anxiety

  • Separation Anxiety

  • Depression


  • Dyslexia

  • Autism

  • Social Skills

  • Trauma

  • Grief

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