You don't know how to raise a child? Is your child often sick, but doctors can not find the cause? You have no idea how to direct a hyperactive child? You're getting divorced and you don’t know how to tell your kids? Is your relationship with your teenager crumbling? Are you struggling at school, with your studies? Do you have doubts about whether you are doing the right thing as a parent? This and much more can be solved during consultation! BONUS: Thanks to online consultations, you don't have to travel anywhere with your child, so he or she will talk to the psychologist from a setting that is close to his or her heart.

Parenting is not something automatic, but it is a process that we have to learn. It is often a period associated with stress, fear and ignorance. We want to give our child the best possible upbringing, without the mistakes our parents may have made with us (and yet we repeat them so often), to create for them an oasis of boundless love. But there are situations that no one prepares parents for, whether it is serious injuries to children, various childhood illnesses/psychological problems, difficulties in the school team, or communication with the child itself.

When to seek a child psychologist?

Whenever you don't know what to do, or your child doesn't know what to do.

How does it work?

Consultation with a child psychologist can take different forms and also depends on the age of the child. For really young children who are not yet able to express themselves sufficiently, the psychologist bases the therapy more on talking to the parents. For older children who can already communicate, the length of the consultation is usually divided into three stages:

1.  The psychologist speaks with the parent for a few minutes, and at the end the parent must give the psychologist consent to consult with a child under 15 years of age.

2.  Consultation of the psychologist with the child without the presence of the parent.

3.  The last few minutes are again a consultation with the parent without the presence of the child, when the psychologist recommends the appropriate continuation of the therapy..

Children over the age of 15 no longer need parental consent for the consultation, so they can use the entire length just for themselves and to talk to the psychologist.

Do not expect miracles after the first consultation, the psychologist must first get to know your child, for this, it takes several meetings. They also follow the psychologist's code of ethics, so they will not disclose anything to the parent that the child does not give consent for. It is an essential point for building trust between the child and the psychologist.

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The nearest dates: 07.10.2022

Consultation price 32.32 €
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