Getting your child into therapy may be unnerving for you. Doing this during or after marital separation is even more challenging. Family systems research teaches us that all family members influence one another, positively and negatively, impacting the emotions and behaviours of all members. When one person struggles, it has an impact on others. How you respond to a crisis or urgent situation with your child may help or hinder progress. Getting involved in your child’s therapy, to some point, is often the healthiest approach to getting help for your child. Become involved in therapy with your child. You can learn more about the approaches taken to help your child, the latest child development research and, you can offer valuable information and feedback to your child’s therapist. Check out today’s video for tips to help your child, and family, be successful in the therapy process.
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