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Child at Psychologist

Individual Sessions

In individual therapy, I work to ensure your child feels safe and comfortable. I connect to your child in his or her level and work to understand the underlying concerns.  Once a trusting rapport is established, I frequently use a "skills focused" approach, where I introduce life skills which your child can use to help face their challenges. Each client is unique and we work to choose the most beneficial interventions that will work for them. Regular parental involvement is an important part of the child therapy process. At times I will recommend some peer group session as well. I have gotten terrific feedback on how the "skills focused" approach has made real lasting change for many. The greatest outcomes have been with dedicated parents such as yourselves who are committed to supporting the process and encouraging carryover at home.

Kids in Preschool

In-School Sessions

For your convenience, I am available to see your child in select schools in the greater Miami area. School sessions have the added benefit of allowing for increased communication between therapist and school staff (with your consent) to ensure maximum effectiveness in addressing school relating concerns.

At the same time, we utilize telehealth platforms to have parents join some sessions and /or schedule additional parent sessions at other times (via telehealth or in person) to allow for continuous parental involvement.  

Please note that there may be space or logistical constraints in the school setting. Depending on the presenting concern, this may not be the best option for some children.

Selective Mutism

Selective mutism is an anxiety disorder that can cause children to freeze up and be unable to speak in certain settings (ex: school) even when their speech is normal in other, more familiar settings (ex: home.)​

Selective mutism is frequently accompanied by social anxiety, which means a general feeling of anxiety related to social situations.

When left untreated, children are likely to develop avoidance habits so they won't need to speak up. Unfortunately the avoidance behavior can get continually reinforced over time when others assume they will not speak and begin to speak for them which causes it to be increasingly difficult to break out of this cycle. For these reasons, early intervention is highly recommended.

Child therapy

Get in Touch

Contact us to schedule a FREE 15 minute phone consultation to determine whether our service may be the right fit for your child.

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