TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – KSNT News and Family Service & Guidance Center partnered Wednesday evening to host “Ask a Child Therapist.”
Parents, grandparents and caregivers were able to call in and talk with a mental health professional about concerns with their child’s behavior.
“This is an opportunity for northeast Kansas parents to get sound recommendations about their child’s behavior,” said Brenda Mills, Family Service & Guidance Center CEO. “We all want our kids to be healthy and happy. This can be an important first step.”
Calls came in concerning children ranging in age from 3-19.
Questions were asked about the following topics:
- anger/terrible temper
- marijuana use
- withdrawn behavior
- mood changes
- our of control behavior
- options/information about therapy
- how to be supportive with a transgender child
- sibling rivalry
- delayed development
If you’re interested in services from FSGC, you can find more information HERE.