Is your 3 - 11 year old behaving differently than normal?
Are you having difficulty getting them to listen to you?
Are you worried that your child's behavior is going to effect their self-worth, their friendships and academics? Do you find yourself at odds with your partner and/or relatives on how to best help your child?
Do you feel like you've tried everything and are drained and exhausted?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, that is okay and I want you to know you are not alone. Parenting can be a beautiful, rewarding experience but let's get real - that is not how it feels day in and day out.
Between unpredictable outbursts, bedtime challenges and the inability to connect with your partner/spouse, parenting is hard. This is especially true if you have a child who is struggling emotionally and/or socially. Being a parent of a struggling child can leave you feeling helpless, like a failure, resentful of others, isolated and, without a doubt, create a strain on your relationship with your partner/spouse.
Through play therapy, I can help you better understand your child, gain more confidence as a parent, learn how to have more fun with your child(ren) and help you and your partner/spouse reconnect.
Hi! My name is Christine M. Valentín but my clients call me Christine. I work primarily with 3 - 11 year old's and their parents.
If you are ready to feel more in control of your family, less embarrassed by those tantrums and more at peace in your day to day, start your journey by reading about child play therapy, family play therapy and then schedule a call with me by clicking on the orange button below. I look forward to hearing from you.
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