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Is your child being bullied or having difficulties making friends? Are they suffering from low self esteem? Are fears preventing your child from engaging in what you would consider usual fun activities? Are compulsions and obsessions becoming time consuming and/or distressing? Is transitioning from one activity to another becoming a major drama and difficult to manage? Are social interactions awkward or avoided?  Does your child have  what seems to be abnormally, over the top melt downs when they dont get their way? As a parent do you find yourself becoming more angry and feeling at a loss of what the "right" thing to do is? You can find  support and guidance with a clinician at Infinite Mindcare.

As a parent you want what is best for your child. When a behavioral, emotional, social, or mental health problem threatens your child’s happiness and well-being, you may not have all of the answers. When your child is suffering you want a straight forward, no-hassle, way of getting the right help so he or she can get better. Through Infinite Mindcare you will find compassionate, effective help for the challenges your family is facing.

What to expect


The therapists of Infinite Mindcare spend the first few sessions getting to know the client so that all interventions can be individualized to meet the specific needs of that particular person or family. The First session is always conducted with the therapist and parent(s), without the child present. The Second session is a getting to know you session with parent, child, and therapist. During this session the parent may or may not be asked to step outside the room. The child’s comfort with the therapist is of the utmost importance for the therapeutic process. The Third session continues the getting to know you phase, but treatment exercises will typically begin at this time. Things to do at home will be given at all sessions, whether it will be a book to read for the parents, something to implement in the home, and new behavioral/coping techniques for your child. Unlike conventional therapy, the parent will have access to the therapist throughout the week via email and phone to answer any questions or concerns that may come up.

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