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Child or Adolescent Issues

Community and Long-Term Care Psychiatry, L.L.C.

Psychiatrist, Psychiatrists and LCSWs
2 of 7 our therapists have extensive background in treating this condition.  
9 Years Experience
In-Person in St. Louis, MO 63128
Online in St. Louis, Missouri
St. Louis, Missouri therapist: Renee Hodgins, M.Ed., LPC, NCC, licensed professional counselor
Child or Adolescent Issues

Renee Hodgins, M.Ed., LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor, M.Ed., LPC, NCC, CCTP, CIMHP
Children and adolescents who are experiencing difficulties with their emotions are behaviors may need the attention of psychotherapy. As a trained an experienced psychotherapist who specializes in this population, I take an approach that allows the child to engage either through play or talk about their current situation.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person in St. Louis, MO 63108
Online in St. Louis, Missouri
Wildwood, Missouri therapist: Ingrid McCarty, licensed clinical social worker
Child or Adolescent Issues

Ingrid McCarty

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., A.C.S.W.
Ingrid offers real-life solutions to resolve the roadblocks that stand in your way to happiness and inner peace. Each individual's life experience is unique and therefore each therapeutic approach is specifically designed with your personal goals guiding the process.   
31 Years Experience
In-Person Near St. Louis, MO
Denver, Colorado therapist: Dr. Bridget Kromrey, psychologist
Child or Adolescent Issues

Dr. Bridget Kromrey

Psychologist, PsyD
I have a specialization in working with children and adolescents in a variety of settings and in a variety of areas of concerns. I strive to create a space where children and adolescents can explore and learn new skills for connecting, coping, and regulating. I also take a family system's approach to include families in all treatment plans.  
10 Years Experience
Online in St. Louis, 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 St. Louis, Missouri