Divorce can be an extremely difficult transition for everyone involved, however it is the children of divorce that are the biggest victims more often than not. Divorce can be a difficult concept for a child to comprehend and most do not know how to deal with it. The two parent paradigm is something a child is used to and can act as a symbol of stability. When this paradigm comes to an end, children and teens find it difficult to cope with the sudden shift and can react in potentially harmful behavior.
If children of divorce are not handled in a careful, precise manner they could act out in a behavior that is detrimental to others as well as themselves. Divorce is a major life transition and needs to be managed delicately and professionally. It is a parent’s responsibility to ensure a nurturing healthy environment for their children. Like most life altering transitions divorce can be a difficult point of conversation with family especially the children involved. Sometimes it helps to be able to discuss your issues with someone qualified and trained to deal with these types of situations.
Glenn Wolff, LCSW of Wolff Psychotherapy is fully qualified to assist parents in any issue they might have. At Wolff Psychotherapy we understand how difficult and strenuous divorce can be and strive to help you and your children in any way possible. We help manage important issues that might arise and give you the tools to help manage your problem in a healthy response.
If your child or teen is having trouble with all of the changes due to the separation or divorce, Wolff Psychotherapy provides a safe place for your child or teen to talk about feelings related to family divorce. For younger children, we include activities including artwork, role play, and creative writing, all strategically developed to ensure a warm and nurturing environment for your children during this family dilemma.
Wolff Psychotherapy can help you make the right choices for your children. We know how difficult and overwhelming the process of divorce is and our staff is fully trained to help alleviate some of the stress on the parents and the children of divorce.
Contact Glenn Wolff, LCSW at Wolff Psychotherapy, at 203 249 3313 for a complimentary phone consultation to discuss your parenting concerns and determine if working together will be helpful for you. Or you can visit our website at http://wolffpsychotherapy.com.