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Kansas City, Missouri therapist: 2 Minds 1 Goal Counseling Solutions, licensed professional counselor
Child or Adolescent Issues

2 Minds 1 Goal Counseling Solutions

Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC, NCC, CRADC
Our child and adolescent telehealth counseling offers a safe space to tackle challenges fitting in, feeling overwhelmed by school stress, and navigating issues with parents. Empowering young minds to thrive, our compassionate counselors provide personalized support and guidance through virtual sessions.  
4 Years Experience
Online in Kansas City, Missouri
Roswell, Georgia therapist: Alan Brandis, Ph.D., psychologist
Child or Adolescent Issues

Alan Brandis, Ph.D.

Psychologist, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist
With over 30 years' experience in helping families understand and address emotional and behavioral problems with their children and teens, I have had many successes in helping resolve negative behaviors, difficult relationships, and even substance abuse issues. I also provide assessment of emotional and learning issues, liaison with schools to provide accommodations, communicate with physicians to begin, adjust or modify medication regimens, and provide suggestions regarding other services that might make a big difference in the child's emotional and/or academic well-being.  
34 Years Experience
Online in Kansas City, Missouri
Dallas, Texas therapist: Dr. Kevin Goldberg, psychologist
Child or Adolescent Issues

Dr. Kevin Goldberg

Psychologist, Psy.D.
I have much experience with positive parenting and positive disclipine techinques.  
7 Years Experience
Online in Kansas City, Missouri
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Child or Adolescent Issues

Strides in Psychotherapy

Psychologist, PSY.D.
Usually, when people think about psychotherapy, they imagine sitting on a couch in an office talking to a therapist about their problems. This style of therapy works just fine for many adults and adolescents. However, most younger children express themselves better through play than through words—for them, play is a primary method of communication. Even very bright and highly verbal children may find it difficult to talk about situations when strong feelings are involved. This is why they might shrug their shoulders, refuse to answer or say “I don’t know” when asked what is wrong. They might also “act out” or try to communicate to you through their behavior rather than through words, and sometimes these behaviors can get them into trouble at home or at school or be misunderstood by those around them. In addition, children often find it hard to sit still and talk for 45 minutes in a row, and they enjoy coming to therapy much more when play is a part of the equation.  
23 Years Experience
Online in Kansas City, Missouri
Greenwich, Connecticut therapist: Michelle Peacock, psychologist
Child or Adolescent Issues

Michelle Peacock

Psychologist, PhD
Anxiety, depression, school and family transitions, and bullying are just a few problems children and adolescents face today that cause considerable distress. In turn, these problems inevitably impact the family and can be dealt with effectively in therapy.  
19 Years Experience
Online in Kansas City, Missouri