Stuart Kaplowitz, MFT
Marriage & Family Therapist
12598 Central Ave, #205, chino, CA
Everyone experiences pain / sadness at some point. Even we as adults though sometimes cannot explain what we are experiencing and exactly why. For our children, they will be less likely to verbalize what is happening for them and more likely to act it out. Our children need to be given the tools to best express their wants and needs, as well as whatever emotions and thoughts they are experiencing. Let's give them a voice and teach them the healthy ways.
Deborah Vinall, MA, LMFT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
99 C St, suite 203a, Upland, CA
In working with young children, I seek to establish a relationship of trust while supporting the child's relationship with his or her parent(s) or caregiver(s). Because the end goal is for the child to no longer need my services, it is very important that I work collaboratively with the parents and transfer any new skills and trust to the primary relationship. Techniques that I use include structured and unstructured play therapy, sand tray, bibliotherapy (which incorporates the use of topical picture books with play and discussion), and art therapy, as well as behavioral therapy assignments to assist parents in shaping problem behaviors. Your precious children are treated as such!
Verdant Oak Behavioral Health, Psy.D. and Ph.D.
1490 N. Claremont Blvd., Suite 204, CLAREMONT, CA
Stress for young children can often be challenging to discern. Parents may notice that their child begins to experience a greater incidence of tantrums and/or angry outbursts, but often attribute such changes to growing up. Children may also demonstrate strict rules for their play and become upset when their schedule is changed without warning. Sometimes parents may not be able to identify obvious signs of stress in their children, but recognize that their child has encountered a number of stressors. In any of these cases, children can benefit from therapy wherein they can explore how to express their feelings and learn to process their emotions in a safe non-judgmental environment.
John Quinlan, Psy.D.
Psychologist (License # PSY23794)
8301 Elm Ave Suite 513, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Children often have trouble expressing themselves to strangers or to a Doctor. As a result, counseling can involve hours of building trust with a child and allowing the child to express themselves freely through play and imagination. Counseling a child can not be engaged in effectively when the parents are not involved in the process. Counseling the parents in communication skills that enhance bonding, boundary implementation, and behavior modification are essential if a child is to grow in healthy ways.
Inland Integrated Wellness Center, Licensed Marriage Family Therapist
Inland Integrated Wellness Center
817 West Grand Blvd., Corona, CA
Often children do not have the ability to communicate their inner experiences, emotional struggles, relational difficulties, worries or pain. Our therapists specialize in utilizing a wide range of therapeutic modalities including Play Therapy, Narrative therapy, Child Solution Focused Therapy, Art therapy, and Sand Tray therapy. Therapists help children and their parents to find their inner voice, express themselves, find healing from trauma, adjust to life changes, and discover their own personal and unique strengths. Our therapists have experience working with children diagnosed with ADD/ADHD and Asperger's and relational problems.
Ilissa Banhazl, MFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
2220 E. Rte 66 Suite 226, Glendora, CA
I work with children who are 9 years of age and older depending on their verbal ability. Young children who are verbal can benefit from "talk therapy". I also use play therapy techniques when applicable. This includes art, games, books and more based on your child's individual needs. Areas I work with children on vary; divorce, grief, school, blended families, bullies, self-esteem, eating disorders, anxiety, depression and more. Family therapy is always useful when working with children. The support of a parent is extremely helpful when a child is in counseling. I offer parenting techniques for moms and dads. Inquire, depending on your needs. Siblings are welcome to join meetings when needed
Dr. Martin Eaton, PhD
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
100 S. Imperial Hwy, Anaheim Hills, CA
We are delighted to work with children of all ages. Initially, I will have myself or one of my clinical staff conduct a clinical interview or assessment, and I will evaluate their level of functioning, cognitively, emotionally, academically, socially, and behaviorally and determine a customized solution that will help your child achieve the highest level of success possible.
Daryl Temkin, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Anaheim Hills, CA
Child and adolescent counseling can play a very important role in the life of a child who is dealing with one or more of the wide area of childhood challenges and traumas. Children can become the unintended victims of parents who had little training to become parents, had little time to be parents or experienced separation, abandonment, divorce , a change in parenting, step-parenting, foster parenting as well were challenged by dysfunctional homes with addictions, emotional disturbances and instabilities, extreme fighting, arguing, violence and abuse, frequent moving, and being passed from one divorced parent to another or from family member to family memeber. All these and many additional growing up challenges and traumas can be potent and disturbing...(view profile to read more)
Robert Puff, M.A., M.Div., Ph.D.
747 So. Brea Blvd., Suite 33, Brea, CA
Blending a family should be a happy event. A new marriage should be all about partnership and building life together. But all too often blended families are filled with conflict rather than harmony. Instead of compromise, it’s often about who’s right and who’s wrong. And the relationship with the step-children is always going to be strained. It’s no wonder that second marriages with blended families have a higher likelihood of divorce. But if you and your spouse are unified and take everyone’s needs into account, your family could function more smoothly. Many stepparents are defensive about “their” children. Each has a different upbringing and different parenting experiences and styles. What m....
Terry Anderson, M.S., Psy.D, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
2601 E. Chapman Avenue STE 103, Fullerton, CA
One of my specialties is working with elementary age (and adolescents). A child or young person's struggles with difficult feelings and unhelpful behaviors can impact the rest of his or her life. Addressing these challenges during the child's critical developmental years can rebalance and set the stage for a happier and healthier future. I have a special feeling for young people in distress, and feel my professional and life experience has enabled me to be especially attuned to their feelings, needs, and pain. I have over 13 years experience working with children facing emotional and behavioral challenges. Please feel free to call.