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Change is inevitable, but sometimes it doesn't go smoothly. Divorce, moves, caregiver job changes, and new siblings or pets can be times of excitement, anticipation, and eagerness, but they can also be situations of anxiety, worry, and apprehension. It's normal to feel distressed during a transition, even if the event is a positive one. It doesn't mean your child ungrateful, undeserving, or inconsiderate. They just need space to process the the new and let go of the old.

The therapists at Relate Family Therapy and Counseling holds space for your child to look at this change and what it means for them. With support, empathy, and validation, our therapists can help them move forward through this transition while still honoring what was or has to be left behind. They understand that even leaving behind bad to shift into something better is still hard and can still feel like a loss. Your child isn’t alone, and we can help them get through to the other side.
Get in touch with us to see how we can help you.