Services for Preschoolers
When there is a
persistent question or concern about the preschooler's happiness or
behavior that needs further understanding, parent-child psycotherapy should be considered.
In many cases, a preschool-aged child is referred to Dr. Hartman for her particular techniques,
style, or specialty areas:
- specialty providing parent-child therapy
with preschoolers ages 2 - 6
- in the comfort of preschooler's home with primary parent(s)
- free-form and
structured Play/Art Therapy
- Work based upon Attachment Theory/Attachment Parenting
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques
Common issues Dr. Hartman treats are difficulties with transitions, impulsivity, power struggles, sibling issues, social skills, anxiety, phobias, OCD, depression, divorce, family stress, obedience/defiance, ADHD, and adjustment.
Sometimes, Parent Consultation is a
useful way to improve a preschooler's problems and facilitate
healthy child development. Common themes are family harmony, good habits, rewards/consequences, motivation, and rules.
For more about this unique service, click here.
Contact Dr. Hartman to discuss ways she may be able to help you/your preschooler.