Being a kid should be FUN! But challenging situations at home, school, or with friends can make fun harder to find. Kids have feelings as big or bigger than adults, but fewer tools to cope, express themselves or ask for help. In therapy, kids heal and grow through play, sand-tray and artistic expression, imagination, and talking.
For over a decade, Peter McClure has made child and teen therapy, counseling, and mental health his primary specialty. He delights in seeing kids find their joy, hope, and laughter while improving their functioning at school, home, and with friends. He has extensive experience coordinating with schools, family members, and natural community supports to build support for kids outside the office.
Children who have worked with Peter McClure have found relief from challenges associated with depression, anxiety, trauma, self-harm, autism-spectrum and Aspergers, anger, bullying, peer relationships, attachment issues, AD/HD, and behaviors.