Dyadic Parent and Infant or Child

By: Betty Kershner, Ph.D. - Registered Toronto Psychologist  26-10-2014
Keywords: Registered Psychologist, Child Psychologist, Child Psychology

Watch Wait and Wonder is a technique developed for work with children from birth, together with a parent. Usually, only 8 – 12 sessions are needed. Having a baby and becoming a parent can elicit all kinds of unfamiliar and not always pleasant feelings. Dealing with a child who has colic, or won’t eat or sleep, or seems not to bond, or behaves badly, is hard and concerning. This kind of treatment can be remarkably effective. Together, we wonder about what the baby/child is feeling and what that evokes in you.

Keywords: Child Psychologist, Child Psychology, dyadic therapy, Registered Psychologist, Watch, Wait, and Wonder,

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