Some difficulties in parent-child relationship can be experienced during various stages of the child’s developmental, being it the infancy, toddlerhood, pre-school & primary school age or teenage years.
Often attachment difficulties impacting the parent-child relationship are known to families where the child experienced an early developmental trauma ( mainly in adoption and fostering).
The parent-child therapy offers an opportunity for the parent and the child to:
- Improve the quality of parent-child relationship
- Express and explore parent and child’s feelings, thoughts/beliefs, needs and behaviour to each other.
- Engage in communication between each other; share the unspoken hurts, resentments, fears, appreciations and hopes
- Empower the parents in their parenting role and possible ways of relating to their child
- Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy
- Therapeutic Use of the Arts
- Therapeutic Parenting
- Great Behavioural Breakdown and Nonviolent Resistance
- Therapeutic Life Story Work
- Systemic Practice