Child psychologists or child counselors in 28213. Find a therapist who specializes in children.

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Kimberly Leppert, MSW, LCSW, CSAT-C

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

1923 J N Pease Place Suite 104, Charlotte, North Carolina 28262

Children are unable to express complex ideas and emotions in the same manner as adults. They express their feelings through play. In therapy, they are encouraged, through play, to lead the sessions much in the same way an adult would lead their therapy session. Working with children requires the ability to understand children on their level. Too often, adults speak to them as if they were adults and interpret their conversations on an adult level. I have been working with children for 20 years and have experience in helping them cope with PTSD, trauma, abuse, grief, stress, anxieity and other issues.

Endora Crawford, Ph.D.

Life Coach

2150 Park Drive, Charlotte, North Carolina 28204

Over the past 15 years, I have had success with helping children who have experienced social challenges and/or trauma overcome and live a iife free of anger and sadness. I have helped parents learn to manage their child's challenging behaviors to include: tantrums, aggression, disruptive behaviors, and anxiety; and feel empowered with the necessary skills to raise a healthy child.

Teresa Helms, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

6706 Roberta Road, Harrisburg, North Carolina 28075

I work with parents to help them feel more confident about parenting their young children. You can learn to fully participate and enjoy these years that will soon be a memory. Parenting is a difficult job but also a very rewarding one. You can learn to empathize more with your child and create a parenting style that works most effectively for you.

Heather Hall, MSW, LCSW

Psychotherapist

4724 Park Rd, Suite A, Charlotte, North Carolina 28209

Although I work with persons of all ages, the heart of my practice is children ages 3-12. Imagine being angry, but when asked to describe how you're feeling, you could not use the word "angry." For children, toys are their words, and not giving them an opportunity to play out their feelings with toys is like taking away their words right before asking them to describe how they feel. Where adults use words, children use play to communicate and make sense of the world around them. As a result, I use a variety of play-based techniques to allow children to explore ways to handle challenges, transitions and feelings -- at their own developmental level & in their own language.

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