LifeWorks AZ will teach children to build skills to improve: social interactions, build self-esteem, improve behavior at home and at school, enhance problem solving and social skills, create healthy boundaries, cope with anger, manage anxiety, decrease depression, set goals, empower your children to be more motivated, express feelings and thoughts in healthy ways, learn healthy thoughts versus unhealthy thoughts and create success and balance in life.
LifeWorks AZ will teach parents: stress management skills, tips to increase positive family involvement, tips for healthy communication, and tools for behavior modification. You as a parent will learn the proven evidence based techniques to help your child take responsibility for their behavior and help empower yourself in creating successful outcomes for your child and family.
I have years experience helping clients to effectively alleviate depressive and anxious moods, and learn to cope with grief, loss, relationships, and difficult and painful life situations. I work daily with clients on the following issues:
Psychotherapy is not easily described in general statements. There are many different methods which may be used to deal with the problems you hope to address. Here are some of the modalities used in working with our clients:
LifeWorks AZ offers practical solutions for the most challenging problems faced by parents; defiance, disrespect, lying and cursing, issues at school, unmotivated behavior, ADD/ADHD, depression, anxiety, academic issues, possible drug use and more. Children with defiant and disrespectful behavior can place stress on all family members and makes coming home almost an unbearable thought.
LifeWorks AZ provides tools for parents and children to cope with and eliminate emotional and behavioral problems. Children who have emotional, behavioral or coaching needs will absolutely benefit from the parenting tools and techniques provided in session.
For more information and a free consultation, call (602) 575-4030 or email David at firstname.lastname@example.org.
David Abrams, MAPC, LPC