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    My son doesn’t talk to his father or me very often. He might be keeping things from us hidden, I worry. He should receive child counseling. Is it advantageous?


    Child and adolescent therapy can benefit a child in many ways. They receive emotional support, resolve conflicts with people, understand feelings and problems, and try new solutions to old problems. Goals for therapy may be specific (change in behavior, improved relations with friends or family) or more general (less anxiety, better self-esteem). The length of psychotherapy depends on the complexity and severity of the problems.

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