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Written by Kimberly Jennery   
Sunday, 16 September 2007

Problems with Children and Adolescents


Family members bring children and adolescents to therapy either because of behavior that is a concern or because of worries for their well-being. If you notice significant problems, or if you see difficulties on the horizon that you would like to address before they become worse, therapy can be of great help.

The most common problems bringing children and adolescents to therapy are:

 

  • Adjustments to changes in the family
  • Oppositional behavior
  • Conduct problems/legal issues
  • Depression
  • Academic issues
  • Attitude problems
  • Substance abuse


 
Problems Commonly Brought To Therapy
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