As parents, we want our kids to be happy and healthy. Oftentimes this means running them all over town for various events and appointments – wellness visits, sick visits, tutoring, dentist appointments, lessons, sports activities, vision tests, club events…and the list goes on and on. While their happiness and success is a priority, what happens when crises arise which add to the already over-scheduled family schedule? When our children experience mental health symptoms and concerns, this moves up quickly on the priority list of weekly commitments. Parents who are already burning up the road with mileage then try to find more time in the day to fit in one more (very important) therapy visit.
https://www.creativefamilycounseling.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/boys-at-school-scaled.jpg 2560 1707 Lacey Ryan, LMFT, RPT-S https://www.creativefamilycounseling.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Put-in-CFC-Footer-300x248.png Lacey Ryan, LMFT, RPT-S2023-08-25 18:28:442023-08-25 18:28:44Limiting the Overwhelm of Parents: Making Therapy More Accessible to Children and Teens at School