Many children and adolescents experience difficulties in school, and the COVID-19 pandemic has made it especially challenging for children and adolescents to re-adjust back to in-person learning. Whether your child or adolescent is struggling with failing grades, a learning disability, ADHD, behavioral or conduct problems, bullying, or refusal to go to school, our trained therapists are here to help.
Bullying can have serious short and long-term effects on the mental health of both the victim and the bully. Children and adolescents that are victims of bullying are at an increased risk for developing depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, social isolation, school avoidance, suicidal thoughts, or self-harm. Children and adolescents that engage in bullying behavior such as instigating fights, aggression, blaming others, or not taking responsibility for their behaviors, are likely to be struggling with a mental health condition and at risk of school truancy, problems with conduct or anti-social behaviors, and/or substance use.
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