It can be extremely valuable to have answers to questions about your child’s psychological functioning, as discussed in my previous post. But what do you do after this step? You know what’s wrong, so how do you fix it? Or what do you do if your child is having problems, and you’re more interested in getting help than in getting testing? The answer is that therapy can help with each of these! Engaging in therapy with a psychologist can be really helpful for some people.
Part Two of this series is about knowing if your child may benefit from therapy with a psychologist. So here are some red flags. If you answer “yes” to any of these, I would consider taking your child to a psychologist for therapy:
If you responded yes to any of these, I’d encourage you to consider scheduling an appointment with a psychologist.
What do you think about these? Is there anything surprising to you? Are there any red flags I forgot to add?