Children’s Sessions

Children are our greatest teachers. Innately connected with their emotional and spiritual bodies, they freely access a spectrum of expressions. The challenge in parenting is to help kids stay connected to their true selves, free from guilt, shame, timidity, or codependence. Often when a child feels unsupported or scared about self-expression, those vital expressions go inward, and caregivers see imbalance in behavior, sleep, and relationships. Additionally, as families seek to shed generational patterns of dysfunction, they can feel the need for some extra support in identifying ways to do that. Children’s visits also help address health concerns that may have emotional root causes, making them elusive and hard to resolve through traditional health approaches.

Appointments for children include ages 5 and up, and are great for:

  • helping your child identify and connect with a basic emotional spectrum

  • encouraging and empowering your child to express all emotions in healthy ways

  • helping your child learn how to use their voice to speak their truth at home and beyond

  • coaching your child in age-appropriate mindfulness practices

  • reassuring your child so they feel a sense of security and safety while sharing things that feel difficult or challenging

  • enhancing communications and relationships in your whole family

  • helping release tension in the body and allow all body systems to function harmoniously

Children's sessions are only offered on a face-to-face basis for maximum connection and effectiveness. Just a few therapeutic techniques that are used are visualization work, creating art as expression, creative dream work, and practicing the expression of emotions and mindfulness practices within the safe space of a session. 

Appointments vary in length depending on age, with very young children having sessions no longer than 30 minutes and longer length for older kids.

Feel free to reach out with questions if you'd like to know more about a session for your child!

For only as we ourselves, as adults, actually move and have our being in the state of love, can we be appropriate models and guides for our children. What we are teaches the child far more than what we say, so we must be what we want our children to become.
— Joseph Chilton Pearce