Is your child responding poorly to yet another deployment for your family?
Does your child treat you differently when the military service member is in the home, as opposed to when the service member is deported?
Does your child often ask you when the military service member will return home, but you regretfully are unable to provide a concrete answer, nor support for your heartbroken child?
Does your child’s behavior and/or grades seem to decline when their military family member deploys?
Is your child angry with the military service family member?
Does your child feel sad at the thought of the military family member being out of the home?
Children can be hard to assist if they are not adjusting well to military changes, but there is hope. With structured intereventions designed to assist a child with the ability to express themselves, our therapists assist clients with getting to the root of their problems. Once a child is able to express themselves honestly, and authentically, they are more empowered to navigate through challenges that have originally served as barriers to their progress. Furthermore, parents/guardians are kept abreast of their progress and challenges are provided with new resources and skills to support their child. If you would like to learn more, you may benefit from our services for children’s therapy.