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“Most parents have an instantaneous desire to protect their children. We tend to our children’s needs: If an unexplained rash appears, we see the doctor. If a fever spikes, we see the doctor. If a bone seems injured, we see the doctor.
Visible wounds are relatively easy to recognize. It’s different when a child begins having problems at school or with friends, or if he or she becomes uncooperative and has inexplicable outbursts. Such occurrences often leave parents feeling confused and unsure about what to do.”
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If you feel that you may need help with regards to your children’s behaviour, or issues affecting them, you might like to check out Aspire Counselling’s services for Children. We specialize in:
- Third Culture Kid adjustment and identity
- Worry and Stress Management
- Relationship Counselling
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
- Anxiety and Panic Disorders
- Depression and low mood
- Anger Management
You can also visit our website to book an online or face to face session with us at http://aspirecounselling.net
Contact Maria Luedeke at Aspire Counselling at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 6570 2781 to find out more about our services for men, women, adolescents, couples, families and corporates.
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