What To Expect When Your Child Comes to Therapy

Bringing a child to therapy is often a big decision for most parents. Some parents worry that seeking therapy for their child means that they are not an adequate parent. They might worry what others think of them and their child. They might feel bad that there is something wrong with them because they can’t handle their problems on their own.

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What to Expect in Family Therapy

Being a part of a family can be an extremely rewarding part of life.  On other days, being a part of a family is one of the most challenging experiences we can face.  Each person has different likes and dislikes, personalities, temperaments, ways of communicating, and ways of handling stress.  You may have heard it said that you can’t choose your family.  That’s true, but you can choose how you get along with and interact with your family.  

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Parenting Wabi-sabi Style

The word Wabi-sabi comes from Japan and represents a world view or aesthetic, which centers on the acceptance of transience and imperfection.  It is sometimes described as beauty that is imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete.  It’s a concept derived from Buddhist teachings as well having to do with impermanence.  Wabi-sabi acknowledges the authentic truth that nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect.

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