Does My Child Need Therapy?

Therapy can help with many issues. Some of the children we see at the Galvin Therapy Center have minimal challenges and simply need some assistance.

An important note: band-aids are easier than major surgery. In other words, dealing with a minimal problem early on can mean that bigger problems can be avoided.

Difficult Questions

  • Why is it taking forever to potty train my child?
  • How do you really discipline a toddler?
  • Is my child a picky eater or is this normal?
  • Why do I dread play dates for my child?
  • How do I help my child grasp tools such as scissors or pens?
  • Is there anything I can do to prevent meltdowns and temper tantrums?
  • How do I get my child ready for kindergarten?
  • Does my child have difficulties in the age-appropriate playground?
  • Why am I always yelling to get my child’s attention and she is still not listening to me?
  • Why does it take so long for my child to get up in the morning?
  • Doesn’t a child need sleep, why can’t he make it through the whole night?
  • Why is my child always bored when we have rooms filled with toys?
  • Is my child more aggressive than other children?
  • How do I establish limits?

As a new parent you may be asking these questions for the first time. Even veteran parents may be struggling as with each new child, new issues arise. We can help you help yourself and your family.

Call (216) 514-1600 to learn more or contact us.