A consultation with one of social workers may help
Our social workers are specialized in working with children, and have extensive experience in detecting, evaluating and treating various issues. Using a non-judgmental and empathetic approach, our social workers work with you and your child to find effective and lasting solutions.
Our social workers are can help your children with any of the following:
- Difficulties related to a change: moving, separation, divorce, blended family, the arrival of a newborn
- Death of a loved one
- Internalized behavior problems (social withdrawal, anxiety/depression), or externalized behavior problems (aggressive or delinquent behavior)
- Communication problems
- Difficulty establishing rules or routines at home
- Problems in sibling, parent/child relationships
Whether your child is experiencing a personal, family, or social problems, we’re here to help.
What happens during a consultation with a social worker?
During the first visit, the social worker will ask you questions to better understand your child’s situation. They will then suggest solutions and develop a treatment plan. We offer both individual and family sessions, depending on the specific issue.
If your child’s situation requires it, they may be referred to another one of our team’s many specialists or to other relevant community organizations.
During follow-up visits, we assess changes since the previous consultation and review the treatment plan with you. We can also suggest other resources that may be helpful.