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Children, Adolescent Therapy

Children face various challenges throughout their developmental stages. While many of these challenges may resolve on their own, some difficulties can be more challenging for both children and their parents to overcome. Seeking professional support during these stages can increase your and your child's coping skills. 


How can we help you? 


  • Preparing for parenthood 

  • Parenting counseling (attachment problems, natural/positive parenting, setting boundaries, etc.) 

  • Divorce and children 

  • Loss and grief 

  • Sibling jealousy 

  • School refusal 

  • Attention and concentration problems 

  • Hyperactivity 

  • Developmental delays 

  • Eating problems 

  • Toilet problems 

  • Technology addiction (computer, television, internet, etc.) 

  • Exam and performance anxiety 

  • Childhood fears (natural disasters, darkness, imaginary creatures, etc.) 

  • Adolescent problems (peer relationships, communication, and school problems, etc.) 

  • Risk behaviors in adolescence (skipping school, self-harm, theft, substance abuse, etc.) 

  • Sexual development in children and adolescents. 

  • Anxiety disorders (obsessions, night fears, separation anxiety, etc.) 

  • Sleep problems 

  • Anger control problems 

  • Bullying 

  • Stubbornness 

  • Low self-esteem 

  • Nail-biting 

  • Hair pulling 

  • Tics 

  • Speech problems due to trauma or emotional issues 

  • Fear of hospitals (dentist, surgery, circumcision, etc.) 

  • Family conflicts and communication problems 


The psychotherapy methods used in the child and adolescent therapy process at BATE Individual and Family Therapies Institute are as follows: 


     - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 

     - Psychodynamic Play Therapy 

     - Experiential Play Therapy 

     - Filial Therapy 

     - Theraplay 

     - Solution-Focused Therapy 

     - EMDR Therapy for Children

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