How do I know if my young child needs to see a therapist?

Q: How do I know if my young child needs to see a therapist?

 

A: As a parent, it's natural to feel concerned about your child's well-being and wonder if therapy could be beneficial. To help you make an informed decision, here are some signs to look out for:

 

- Behavioral Change: Watch for extreme mood swings or difficulty managing emotions.

- Academic or Social Struggles: If your child is having trouble with schoolwork, experiencing issues with friends, or showing changes in eating or sleeping patterns.

 

Remember, you are the expert on your child. Trust your instincts and don't hesitate to seek help if you have concerns. You can always schedule a call with your Spring Health Care Navigator to discuss your observations and receive guidance on whether therapy may be a suitable option for your child.



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