Common Questions from Parents

  1. How do I know if I need therapy?
    Seeking advice with a caring, understanding, and experienced professional may help you feel better, and resolve important issues in your life or your child’s life.
  2. Should my child see a therapist?
    Your child may benefit from therapy if your child is a victim of bullying or bullies other children, if your child has episodes of withdrawal or isolation, and if your child has behavioral problems (acting out, anger, etc.)
  3. Do you wonder if you (or your loved one) has ADD or ADHD?
    Symptoms may include problems with forgetting, completing tasks, distractibility, organization, concentration, and memory. One of the services I offer is assessment of ADHD and Bipolar Disorder for children and adults.

The information you obtain at this website is not, nor is it intended to be, psychological advice or therapy, nor does it establish a therapist/client relationship. You should consult a psychotherapist for individual advice regarding your own situation.