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Mini Blogs- Childrens Counselling - When might my child need counselling?


Childrens counselling can be useful for many difficulties or challenges they may be facing and struggling with. Bereavement. loss, parents separating, self esteem and confidence.


Whatever the reason children can benefit long term from some one to one therapeutic work. Counselling can help release feelings, understand emotions and help the child to regulate their emotions. Behavioural issues can be worked through in counselling. If you child is feeling angry having a safe space to express this anger can help them to feel calmer and less aggressive.


Parents can play an important part in their childs therapy by listening to their child when they want to talk (not asking too many questions) and by sometimes seeking help for their own needs. For e,g if you are struggling to come to terms with a bereavement then your child may be a picking up on your behaviours and emotions, 


Parents can learn to respond to their children differently by not reacting, staying calm and finding time to your self to be able to meet your own needs,


I can help both parents and children to recover from any emotional upsets and create more resilient families.


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www.windmillsoftheminds.com to find out more


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