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What is Psychotherapy for Parents and Young Children?
There are many different types of psychotherapy for parents and young children. These therapies all focus on strengthening the bond between parent and child. Some begin as early as the first year of life and others are more suitable for preschool and early school-age children.
Examples of psychotherapy for parents and young children include Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Circle of Security Parenting, Parent-Child Psychotherapy, Modified Interaction Guidance (MIG), and Child-Parent Relationship Therapy.
What types of challenges are best suited for Psychotherapy for Parents and Young Children?
These types of therapies can be helpful in preventing and treating behaviour problems in young children and can also help young children deal with anxiety, trauma and other challenges.
How long will it take?
This depends on the individual, and the type of therapy.