What is therapy?

Meeting with a therapist to address troublesome behaviors, attitudes, feelings, relationship concerns, and/or bodily reactions is known as therapy, psychotherapy, or counseling (sensations in the body). No matter what difficulties your child may be experiencing, starting therapy may be a significant step toward being the healthiest version of yourself and leading the greatest life imaginable. Your child may overcome uncomfortable sensations, change self-destructive behaviors and routines, strengthen your relationships, and more through counseling.

What are the benefits of therapy?

When you choose therapy for your child at Brightstar Psychiatry, you may experience a number of key advantages, including:

– Mood enhancements
– Lower anxiety
– Better connections
– Improved control over rage
– Less abuse or use of drugs
– Better results at work or school
– Higher general standard of living

Although your child may be able to avoid medications with therapy, the best results are often achieved when therapy is used in associated with medications.

Why do I need counseling?

The following are a few common conditions that therapy can help with:

– Hyperactive/attention-deficit disorder (ADHD)
– Disorder of inattention (ADD)
– Disorder of compulsive behavior (OCD)
– Anxiety conditions
– Depression
– Bipolar illness
– Autism spectrum condition
– The disordered use of drugs
– Tourette Syndrome or tics
– Disorder of oppositional defiance (ODD)
– Schizophrenia
– Trauma-related stress disorder (PTSD)
– Aspects of other mental health

It’s possible that you’re dealing with multiple mental health issues at once for your child. Or perhaps you simply need advice since your child is going through a challenging time in their life.

Which therapy is most effective for me?

Licensed Professional Counselors offer therapy to improve your child mental health and overall quality of life. Your child symptoms, medical history, and lifestyle choices are examined by our licensed therapists to find the best therapy for your child. Before creating a therapy plan specifically for your child, our licensed therapists ask questions about their ideas, mood, emotions, behavior patterns, and more.

What can I expect from treatment sessions?

Telemedicine allows you and your family to have therapy sessions with the Licensed Professional Counselors at Brightstar Psychiatry in the convenience of your own home.

Depending on your child unique requirements, you might see the licensed professional counselors at Brightstar psychiatry once a week or less frequently. They might advise your child to adopt new habits or start taking medication.

To learn more about therapy at Brightstar Psychiatry and find out if it’s right for you, call the office.




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