Does Your Child Have Difficulties Interacting With Peers

and feel anxious in social settings?

Is everyday socialization difficult for your child? It could be that he/she is easily overstimulated socially or struggles with appropriate social interaction. It then leads to anxiety, which seems to make socialization more difficult. Maybe your child has even been diagnosed with high-functioning autism.

Because you love your child, you want him/her to communicate with others appropriately while feeling more competent and becoming more independent. If this sounds like something you want for your child, I can assist with setting realistic goals to address social skills and anxiety. I also like to incorporate parents to help them understand how to reinforce what is learned in therapy; therefore, strengthening milestones, so that positive changes become evident.