Our approach to therapy with young people emphasises the importance of involving parents and caregivers when it can be beneficial. We recognize that family plays a crucial role in a young person’s life, and their support can greatly impact the therapeutic process. Our skilled therapists work closely with both the young individual and their parents or caregivers, tailoring the level of involvement to the specific needs of the situation. This collaborative approach fosters effective communication, helps parents better understand their child’s challenges, and equips them with tools to provide the necessary support. In the one-on-one sessions, a trained therapist works with young individuals to address a wide range of emotional, behavioural, and mental health concerns. Through open and empathetic conversations, therapy helps young people develop coping skills, build self-esteem, manage stress, and overcome issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, and relationship difficulties.
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Family therapy is a collaborative approach to addressing issues within families. It involves working with a trained therapist to explore and improve communication, resolve conflicts, and strengthen relationships among family members. Family therapy recognizes that family dynamics play a significant role in an individual’s well-being, and it aims to create a more supportive and harmonious family environment. Whether dealing with challenges like communication breakdowns, parenting conflicts, substance abuse, or major life transitions, family therapy helps families develop healthier patterns of interaction and fosters positive change, ultimately promoting greater understanding and unity within the family unit.
Psychometric assessments for young people encompass a range of standardised tools designed to comprehensively evaluate cognitive, emotional, and behavioural aspects. These assessments, conducted by trained professionals, help assess a young individual’s cognitive strengths and weaknesses, emotional well-being, and attention-related concerns, including the evaluation for conditions like Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). By employing validated tests and questionnaires, these assessments provide valuable insights into a young person’s attention, learning abilities, and emotional health. The results guide educators, parents, and clinicians in formulating personalised interventions and support plans, ensuring the best possible outcomes for the young individual’s academic and overall development.
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