Counseling & Social Services
Dealing with the treatment of children dealing with domestic conflicts or social issues.
Child and Family Counseling
Signs your child may need counseling:
- Impatient or bossy with other children
- Disruptive in class or may be considered the class clown
- Seem to always be too hard on themselves or others
- Anti-social or combative
- Resists daily routines and refuses to help
- Too much energy
WHAT DOES A COUNSELOR DO?
At Pediatric Rehab, our Counselors are dedicated to improving patients lives. They can work one-on-one with children and families to support those dealing with domestic conflicts or social issues. They help to improve the social and psychological functioning of each child in order to minimize the well-being of the child and their family. Counselors can provide services that are far reaching, supporting patients in areas ranging from disabilities to dysfunctional and challenging home situations.
How Does It Work?
An evaluation will be done by Pediatric Rehab Counselor. The evaluation will require time with the parent/guardian/care giver separate from the child, time with the child and perhaps input from the teacher or physician, if appropriate. Once all of this information is gathered, a plan of care will be developed with the parent/guardian or patient, if appropriate.