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Frequently Asked Questions

We believe in a team therapy approach when treating children. However, the child is the client, and if the child does not want certain information shared, then we will not share it unless it is a safety concern. 

Play is the language of a child. Children have a hard time verbalizing their feelings and we use play to help them speak in their natural language. 

It depends on the child, but typically we meet with just the child. The parent will be involved in the treatment plan, but in order to build trust with the child and foster a relationship, we recommend the parent not be present in the sessions.

Yes, as long as the parent is back by the end of the appointment to pick up the child, it is perfectly acceptable for the parent to leave during the appointment.