At home and school are where children most often show their conflicts, for instance: they move a lot, speak defiantly, can’t organize their duties, become upset or can’t verbalize their thoughts. Many of them could present behavioral problems such as anxiety, attention problems, etc.
We want to hear what the children have to say, about themselves and their environment. This allows us to get closer to their emotions and thoughts while giving them the opportunity to reflect on their attitudes and perception of the world and the people around them.
〉Our intervention focuses on three subjects:〈
They are essential in their children’s treatment. Not only because they can provide their history, but also to point out their capacities, strengths, fears, and challenges. Also, they allow us to understand the child’s boundaries, so we can deal with the different situations that arise in the family, social and school environments.
We accompany children in their learning process, discussing events and responses and seeing how they may affect academic and social fulfillment. We develop coping strategies according to the specific conflict that each child presents in their relationships with teachers and classmates.
With the child:
We listen to them, discover their conflicts at school and emotional levels, we determine what the difficulties are, and finally, we carry out the pedagogical or therapeutic interventions that are necessary.
We take care of personality disorders, academic difficulties, learning disabilities, adaptation in schools, eating and sleep disorders, parents’ separation, school failures, hyperactivity, anxiety, depression, immigration, adoption, self-esteem, impulsiveness, bullying, etc.