Psychology Children
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Psychology Children


Our Clinical Psychologists work with children, adolescents, and families. Their approach is broadly psychodynamic, but depending on the specific needs of the client, an eclectic approach to therapy is frequently used. Therapy may include individual therapy, play therapy, family therapy, and/or parental guidance and support.


Our Clinical Psychologists have a special interest in working with children and families. They assist children/families who are experiencing challenges with emotional, behavioural, scholastic and/or adjustment difficulties (including low mood, anxiety, low self-esteem, social withdrawal, aggression, defiance, disruptive behaviour, loss, trauma, self-harm, and familial relationship difficulties). They also have experience in working with children with chronic illnesses, as well as children with developmental delays/challenges.