Child Psychotherapy near Ealing
Here at Nicholas Rose and Associates we have Child Psychotherapists in Ealing who work with children by building a relationship through talking, play or the use of art materials to help children express themselves and help them to resolve their issues.
A space and time is created for them to think about life, to talk about growing up, about what happens at school with friends and about what it is like to be them. A child psychotherapist can also offer a great deal of support for parents and families at times of struggle. Juliet Lyons is our Associate Child Psychotherapists in Ealing; she works with children from years 0 to 18.
When can a Child Psychotherapist be helpful?
If a child is showing signs of distress or if as a parent’s you are struggling in your relationship with your child. There are a number of particular difficulties which can helpfully be brought about by Child Psychotherapist including pre and post natal difficulties, birth trauma, aggressive behaviours, ADHD, autism, divorce and separation, adoption, bereavement and loss, eating disorders, separation anxiety, selective mutism, and obsessive behaviours. We help to address these issues through effective Child Psychotherapy in our offices in Ealing.
Benefits of Child Psychotherapist in Ealing
Possible outcomes can include a reduction in psychosomatic or other symptoms, better capacity to partake and learn in school, increased confidence for both children and parents, reduction in conflict and improved relationships.
Psychotherapy for children - What to Expect?
Initially Juliet will meet your child to assess their type and level of difficulty and needs. Following this she will make recommendations, these might include long or short term psychotherapy, joint consultations with parents, options for parenting advice and support.
We have many years of experience, and provide a wide range of Counselling and Psychotherapy services in London. We also offer many approaches including Integrative Psychotherapy, Art Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy and Existential Psychotherapy.