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Throughout the course of development, when difficulties occur, children can find it hard to express their feelings into words. Their feelings can be often expressed via difficult behaviour, which can be a struggle not just for the child, but can also be overwhelming for families, school and friends. Additionally, they may exhibit behaviours they cannot control, and that they often don’t fully understand themselves. This can be an anxious time for those around them.


Children, like adults can benefit from therapy.  They may need specialised help to overcome difficulties during the growing up process.  At All Therapy, I offer various therapeutic approaches such as Psychotherapy, Counselling and Play therapy.


A Child Psychotherapist is trained to observe and understand what children are communicating through their behaviour and play.  They are skilled at helping Children make sense of their feelings and experience. 


Through this process, the Psychotherapist helps the child put their feelings into words, and hence aim to lessen the need to act out their feelings.


Many children need help dealing with school stress, such as homework, test anxiety, bullying, or peer pressure. Others need help to discuss their feelings about family issues, particularly if there's a major transition, such as a divorce, move, or serious illness.

They may be experiencing:


  • Intense anger and tantrums

  • Sadness

  • Low self-esteem

  • Anxiety and constant worry

  • Difficulties with food

  • Sleeping difficulties

  • Separation anxiety

  • Relationship difficulties with parents, peers, siblings and friends

  • School-based difficulties which may impact learning

  • Adjustment difficulties to divorce and family break up

  • Bereavement or loss


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