Therapy for Children of All Ages
We take great pride in providing specialized Therapy for Children of All Ages at our prominent Burlington location. Our dedicated team of licensed child therapists and psychologists is wholeheartedly committed to offering comprehensive care for your child’s mental health, addressing behavioral challenges, and supporting them through any relationship issues they may be facing.
In Burlington, our range of therapeutic services includes therapy and counseling for a diverse array of concerns. From addressing anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to tackling low mood/sadness, negative self-talk, low self-esteem, emotional regulation difficulties, grief, sleep issues, toilet training, parental separation or divorce, stress, life transitions, and trauma – we are equipped to cater to various needs that your child may encounter on their journey to mental well-being.
Our highly skilled and compassionate Burlington clinicians excel at forging meaningful connections with children of all ages. We understand that each child is unique, which is why we ensure that the therapeutic approach used perfectly aligns with their developmental level and personal interests. Whether it’s through art therapy, talk therapy, or play therapy, we employ evidence-based methods, infusing flexibility and warmth to create a positive and enriching experience for your child during their therapeutic sessions.
Our primary focus is on providing a safe and nurturing environment where your child feels genuinely understood, seen, and heard.
Recognizing the crucial role parents play in their child’s development, we actively involve and engage parents in their child’s treatment whenever possible. For our younger clients, our clinicians work closely with parents to enhance the parent-child connection and strengthen effective parenting approaches. By doing so, we aim to bolster your child’s growth, emotional regulation, and overall mental health in a holistic manner.
At CASE Psychology, we truly understand that seeking therapy for your child can be an emotional and challenging decision. We want to assure you that we are here to support you through this process. If you have any questions or wish to schedule an initial consultation with one of our licensed child therapists in Burlington, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Your child’s well-being and flourishing are at the heart of everything we do.
In-Person Child Therapy and Counselling:
For families seeking in-person therapeutic experiences, CASE Psychology is thrilled to offer Child Therapy and Counselling services at our welcoming clinic situated at 4145 North Service Road, Burlington, Ontario. As you step into our comfortable and inviting therapy rooms, our team of highly-trained and experienced child therapists eagerly awaits to provide the care and support your child deserves. At CASE Psychology, we are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of children and families, and we look forward to embarking on this transformative journey with you and your child.
Introducing Online Video Child Therapy:
In addition to our in-person services, we are delighted to offer the convenience of Online Video Therapy. Embracing this virtual platform can save you valuable time that would have otherwise been spent preparing and commuting to our clinic, adding ease to your already busy daily lives.
Online Video Therapy also caters to those who may experience anxiety about venturing into public spaces or prefer the comfort of staying at home. With this secure and practical option, individuals can connect with their therapist from the safety of their own environment, receiving the same personalized support tailored to their unique needs.
The diagnosis and treatment of disorders during childhood hold paramount significance. As children face the challenges of development, they are particularly vulnerable to the emergence of comorbid disorders, which can profoundly impact their well-being and functioning. Essential aspects of behaviour, such as social skills, organizational abilities, self-schema, and body image, are predominantly formed during early developmental stages, making early intervention crucial.