If you think that your child or teenager is being bullied and having a difficult time with bullies our team at Clinical Partners will be able to help you.
Bullying can take many forms but the key result for your child can be a loss of self-esteem, unhappiness, stress, loss of concentration and focus at school and even physical ill health. With the rise of social media the ability to bully and its reach has widened.
If you are looking for help for your child, or Teenager, who is suffering with bullying, then please call us on 0203 326 9160 to discuss how we can help you and your child.
Rikie Salman discusses helping a child who is being bullied
Most children at some time have been teased or have had difficult times with their friends. But when another child is tormenting either physically, verbally or in other psychological ways it needs to be dealt with. Increasingly, bullies are taking to new media via emails, chat rooms, instant messages, social networking sites and texting to taunt and bully others – which can extend the comments to a wider group of children – increasing the suffering for the child being bullied.
Often Children don't want to share what is happening as they can be humiliated or fear that you may make it worse. Common signs that your child maybe being bullied are:
At Clinical Partners our team of Child Therapists will be able to you, your child and your family cope with this situation and help manage the bullying.
Our team connect well with children and teenagers and can focus on their feelings and anxiety created by the bullying as well as helping them with strategies to overcome the bullies.
Often not many sessions are required and the results can usually be seen quite quickly – helping your child back with the confidence and self-esteem.
Call us on 0203 326 9160 to arrange a private consultation with one of our team.