How can you best help your child with their challenges?
If you have been on a hunt to try to understand why your child is so anxious or challenging you may have come across lots of different ideas.
However how do all these ideas fit together?
Is there something wrong?
If so, what exactly?
Our specialism is in helping families where difficulties have been present for over 9 months.
In this section of the Relationship Health Matters site we provide you with some key starter ideas that are designed to help you to head in the right direction so that you can build your confidence in your ability to help your child.
Remember that prevention is always better than late reaction. So if you are starting to notice a difficulty rumbling it is better to take informed action as early as possible.
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Dr Cathy Betoin
Clinical Psychologist, Teacher, Parent
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