A community of pediatric consultants, psychologists, and therapists providing evaluation, therapy, and guidance to children and families.
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First consider your child’s needs:
Once you have selected a therapist, here are a few helpful questions you can ask:
- How many years have you worked with children who have (provide specific diagnosis or symptoms)?
- How do you typically work with children who have (provide a specific diagnosis, needs, or symptoms)?
- What is your experience working with the (i.e., race, religion, social-economic, gender identity/sexuality) community?
- What is the typical overall duration for therapy with children who have (state symptoms or needs)?
- What type of therapeutic methods do you use? What is your position on medication?
- Do you involve parents during therapy sessions? Will you recommend tools and strategies to use at home?
- What are the options for the therapy setting (i.e., home, school, office, virtual)?