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Jodi Miller Child and Family Psychotherapy, giving children a voice to be heard and a place to be understood

From life changes to more severe trauma Jodi Miller Child and Family Psychotherapy aims to give children a voice and a place to be understood.

Play Therapy is used as a way of gaining insight into a child’s inner world, anxieties and troubles. Children naturally communicate through play and so through careful engagement with the child, we work through their worries in a non-threatening, age appropriate, creative and positive way. I also work with the family system as this is particularly significant in the emotional well-being and optimal development of children. Conflict within the family can often cause multiple layers of distress and can result in varying consequences. It can also happen that parents find it difficult to understand and connect with their babies. This is far more common that one might think. Excessive crying, difficulty feeding, and exhaustion can be overwhelming and disrupt parent and baby’s bonding. In this case Parent-Infant Psychotherapy is implemented which engages with mom,  and baby together in the room.

I believe that emotional well-being is fostered through positive relationships and secure attachment and my approach to psychotherapy is based on this notion.