Child Psychologists and Child Therapists in Madoc, ON.

Find a child psychologist or a counsellor who specializes in therapy and assessment for children in Madoc, Ontario.


Eddy St Jean, CC
Child Therapist

Eddy St Jean, CC

Awakening Coach

In L5N 8M1 - Nearby to Madoc.

Therapy for adolescents can improve the quality of life at home and have a significantly positive impact on the process of becoming an adult. When your adolescent has emotional or behavioral problems, a common thing you might hear from family members is “he/she will grow out of it with time”; sometime they do and sometime not. I strongly encourage families not to take their adolescents lightly by starting them with early sessions. They will get the necessary coping mechanisms that they will need to utilize in challenging times. Many parents visit my office for the first time feeling helpless and worried as to whether they are doing the right things, they are concerned things are getting from bad to worse. I’ve helped adolescent fine-tune their balance so...(view profile to read more)

Tonya Castle, RP, MPH, MTA
Child Therapist

Tonya Castle, RP, MPH, MTA

Registered Psychotherapist & Music Therapist Accredited

In L9T 5M7 - Nearby to Madoc.

Counselling for young children can address challenges with behaviour and emotions, trauma, stress, self-expression and problem-solving. Children can face many stressors including bullying and other school stressors, as well as family-related changes such as divorce, a move, illness and death. I include many modalities in therapy with young children, including music, art, play and role-playing.

Tressa Porter, M.A.
Child Therapist

Tressa Porter, M.A.

Online Registered Psychotherapist and Consultant

Available for Online Therapy

When our young children are struggling, the best route for support is to work with you, the parents first. Together we explore the challenges your little one is up against and we can discover new ways to support your child. If I can support you to provide the support for your young child, that's the smoothest route for them. While I may be fun to meet with, they really want you to guide them through the difficult terrains. However, if it makes sense to meet with them I draw on my rich training and experience in expressive arts, which includes the use of play therapy to faciliate change and healing in young children.

Anne Marie Shewfelt, MDiv, RP, RMFT
Child Therapist

Anne Marie Shewfelt, MDiv, RP, RMFT

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Marriage and Family Therapist

In M8X 2X9 - Nearby to Madoc.

As a therapist, I practice "talk therapy". For children to participate or benefit from counselling or family counselling with me, it requires them to have a level of education and maturity which enables them to understand basic conversation and benefit from talking. Some young children who are shy or not confident in speaking with adults may be better benefited from another therapeutic modality offered by other practitioners such as art therapy or play therapy. That being said I have worked quite effectively with a number of precocious young children who have enjoyed talking with me.

Helen Vozinidis, MSW, RSW
Child Therapist

Helen Vozinidis, MSW, RSW

Clinical Social Worker/Psychotherapist

In L5G 1E3 - Nearby to Madoc.

Through the use of play, art, or sandtray, children can begin to communicate their inner worlds. This form of communication, also provides a safe way of externalizing feelings that may be too overwhelming to talk about directly, but also a vehicle to make explicit that which a child cannot find language to express. My hope it to support your child to safely identify and express their inner realities; act as a safe container for this to occur; better understand the positive and protective intent of the challenges they experience; and support them to experience a healing and reparative experience in therapeutic sessions.

Karen Miller, Professional Therapist
Child Therapist

Karen Miller, Professional Therapist

Registered Counsellor and Health and Wellness Coach

In L6A 4M1 - Nearby to Madoc.

Children do not understand their emotions and that can be difficult for adult caregivers to process. Children need to be taught coping and life skills in order to be equipped to manage their daily stressors. Play therapy is a useful tool in working with children because while they are learning the skills needed they are having fun. Cognitive therapy with children involves helping them gain perspective on what they are feeling.

Ellis Nicolson, M.Div; R.P.; RMFT
Child Therapist

Ellis Nicolson, M.Div; R.P.; RMFT

Registered Psychotherapist; Registered Marriage and Family Therapist

In L4Z 1S2 - Nearby to Madoc.

Ellis Nicolson+associates has a child specialist on staff, Therapist/Registered Social Worker, Caroline Krupica.

Natasha Huff, MSW RSW
Child Therapist

Natasha Huff, MSW RSW

Registered Clinical Counsellor, Registered Social Worker

In L5M 7K5 - Nearby to Madoc.

Previous trained as a Child and Youth Counsellor I am better able to give parents an understanding of their child's behaviour along with of various strategies to utilize in the home to assist they child with emotional regulation, and/or other mental health concerns. When working with young children (under the age of 12), I work with the parents, as well as, the child in order to make improvements for the family and set goals.

Anahita Kiani, RP,CRPO, ACAT,CATA
Child Therapist

Anahita Kiani, RP,CRPO, ACAT,CATA

Registered Psychotherapist and Art Therapist

In L4C 3Y1 - Nearby to Madoc.

I have been working with young children (age 3 and up) who have have to deal with stress and anxiety and the other challenges. They love coming to my office, sitting front of lots of art materials and create art works related to those subjects and memories that bothers them and they cannot express just with words. Combining art and psychotherapy, simply helps them feel comfortable and safe.

Jessica Ricci, MA, RP
Child Therapist

Jessica Ricci, MA, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

In L7G 0G2 - Nearby to Madoc.

Finding a therapist for a young child is difficult; you want to find the right fit for your family as well as someone your child can connect and feel safe with. When working with children, rapport (the trust in the therapeutic relationship) is at the core of healing. I take the time needed to develop this rapport during my first introduction with your child, using targeted expression therapy to get to the root of his/her concerns. This often involves talking or drawing pictures of feelings and giving a name to the 'problem'. I also practice within a strict family integration approach, building the core strengths of your family while working alongside your child on the path to wellness

Bayridge Counselling Centre
Child Therapist

Bayridge Counselling Centre

Individual, Couples, and Family Counselling

In L4Z 2G7 - Nearby to Madoc.

There are a wide range of issues that affect children - they are vulnerable to many kinds of maltreatment and increasing stressors in our culture. However children often find it difficult to express their feelings and fears, which means that problems can be left undetected and unresolved. It is helpful then, to seek professional help if a child seems unhappy or distressed. With children, the construction of a trusting relationship between counsellor and client is especially important. Sometimes the counsellor will use puppets or sandboxes or play therapy to allow the child to tell their own story. In a safe trusting environment, the child can find their way towards emotional health.

Angela Saunders, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Child Therapist

Angela Saunders, Ph.D., C.Psych.

Psychologist

In L7P 3B8 - Nearby to Madoc.

Mental health begins in infancy and childhood. Many issues in adulthood can be traced back to development in childhood. Learn the necessary skills to foster healthy parent/child attachments. The task of development involves mastering a number of milestones; emotional, cognitive and academic. Most work with children relies heavily on the involvement of the parent/caregiver. Learn ways to support your children to develop healthy ways to regulate emotions (e.g. anxiety/frustration/depression), problem solve and deal with relationships. (Psychological and Psycho-educational assessments are available.)

Sarah Chana Radcliffe, M.Ed., C.Psych
Child Therapist

Sarah Chana Radcliffe, M.Ed., C.Psych

Psychologist

In M6A 2A1 - Nearby to Madoc.

I teach parents how to be the primary "therapists" for their children. Although children will sometimes need their own individual counseling, there are times when parents can apply interventions at home that will help children behave better, have fewer tantrums, perform better in school, sleep better, overcome certain fears and phobias, have higher self-esteem and so on. My book "Raise Your Kids without Raising Your Voice" has helped thousands of parents learn techniques to bring out the best in their kids and themselves. In counseling, I address individual challenges that children have and design specific interventions.



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Madoc is located in Ontario, Canada. It has a land area of 277.97 square kilometers.  The population of Madoc is 2,078 people with 804 households . The population ranking for Madoc is #1314 nationally and #302 for the province of Ontario with a density of 7.50 people per sq km. Madoc therapists serve postal code: L6V.