Counselling Children and Adolescents

“When we love children, we spend time admiring them and caring for them.  We give them our time.  Good discipline requires time.” M. Scott Peck – page 12 The Road Less Travelled  (2006)  All of us parents of adult children know how quickly they grow up, and the time spent with them when they are young will pay dividends when they are adolescents.  If extended family members are aware that a child’s parents are not spending time them with them, for whatever reason, it is good if they can do so.  As a counsellor working with children and adolescents, it is great to hear about extended family members making time for them, trying to guide them and meeting their love and belonging need.

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