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Therapy Services
Parenting & Caregiver Support
At Monarch Play Therapy, we understand the importance of supporting parents, guardians, foster parents, and caregivers in creating healthy family relationships. We work with your family system to develop interventions that can be implemented at home, paving the way for long-lasting positive changes. We make it a priority to meet and consult with parents and caregivers on a regular basis, to listen to their concerns, offer suggestions, and work together to devise achievable goals. This ongoing collaboration is a crucial part of the healing process for the entire family system.
Child Parent Relationship Therapy
Along with individual child therapy, we may recommend Child Parent Relationship Therapy. This type of therapy involves the therapist working with the parent to improve their relationship with their child. It is especially beneficial for children who face attachment difficulties and has been proven to enhance parent-child relationships significantly. To address growth areas with families, we often use Theraplay and Family Systems Therapy as well.
Therapy for Teens
Adolescence is a phase of life that is full of challenges, changes, and growth. It is a time of transition from childhood to adulthood, and it can be overwhelming for many teenagers. Whether they are struggling with academic pressure, social anxiety, depression, family issues, or any other mental health concerns, therapy can be an effective way for teens to cope with their challenges and improve their overall well-being.
At Monarch Play Therapy, we provide a safe and supportive environment where teens can explore their thoughts and feelings, develop coping skills, and learn to communicate more effectively. Evidence-based techniques and personalized approaches are utilized to help teens overcome their difficulties and achieve their goals. We understand that every teenager is unique, and we tailor our therapy sessions to meet their specific needs and preferences. 
School Consultation Services
If you think your child is having difficulties in school, they might benefit from specialized support. With your permission, we can communicate with their school and help advocate for their social, emotional, and behavioral needs. We can also review or create behavior intervention plans and individualized education plans to ensure that your child receives the appropriate support.
     What to Expect
Initial Meeting:

It is important that members of the family participate in therapy. Consent from both legal guardians is required prior to beginning therapy.  If you are separated or divorced, please bring a copy of your divorce order. Whenever possible, it is helpful for both parents to be present for the initial session.  

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