There is a popular belief that children do not suffer from depression or worry because they lack serious responsibilities that are typical of the adult world. Unfortunately the evidence refutes again and again the myth of the happy childhood.
We live in a technologically complex world that tests our daily competence as parents trying to reconcile our family and professional lives.
At the time of birth, a baby occupies very little space, but arouses in us wide and deep emotions, such as joy, security, delight... but the fatigue and effort involved in the task of raising a child will put us to the test as parents, giving way in many moments to doubt and concern.
For most parents, the hopes for their children go beyond avoiding problems. What we want for them is all the positive aspects of life: security and self-confidence, meaningful relationships with others, success in study and work. Above all, HAPPINESS.
The child's self-esteem, his relationship with himself and with the world will affect his creativity, the way he develops his personality, the use he will make of his skills and abilities, ultimately the way he will live all the stages of his life.
In a professional and at the same time close manner, we approach the world of childhood and adolescence to address various problems:
- Attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity.
- Disorder of pure attention deficit.
- Dissocial disorder.
- Defiant negativist disorder.
- Separation anxiety disorder.
- Fears and phobias.
- Childhood depression.
- Addictions in adolescence.
- Trichotillomania and onicofagia.
- Tics and compulsive behaviors.
- Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome .
And since reality can make us lose our confidence in ourselves as parents, we offer you:
Parent training program, to help you answer the question satisfactorily. Am I doing it right? What do I do now?
So that the dream of fullness and happiness that we once conceived when bringing a child into the world can be transformed into reality.