Child Analysis

Child analysis, an intensive form of psychotherapy, helps children progress onto the path of normal development. Children who are stalled in their development, who function immaturely or who have regressed may benefit. Children may present with difficulties in learning, friendships, relationships with parents and/or siblings and/or daily functioning. They may experience a variety of behavioral and emotional symptoms including the following:

  • separation anxiety
  • school and other phobias
  • sleep, eating or toileting disturbances depression
  • temper outbursts or emotional withdrawal

Child analysis may also be helpful in helping children cope with their reactions to trauma, parent loss and/or adoption when less intensive forms of psychotherapy have not been successful. An evaluation of the child by a child analyst can determine whether or not child analysis might be beneficial.

For more information on child analysis, read Dr. Adler’s article “What is Child Analysis?”

Read some stories about child analysis.

See more excerpts from “A Brochure on Child and Adolescent Analysis.”

For a free copy of this brochure, please contact Dr. Adler.