Dynamic Strategies

To find what you seek in the road of life, the best proverb of all is that which says: "Leave no stone unturned." - Edward Bulwer Lytton.

The Dynamic Kid

Child related issues

Sometimes children and young people (and their families) may need extra support if they are finding it difficult to deal with or understand their emotions and/or behaviour. Schools often provide professionals to help young people and their families, such as learning or behaviour mentors, family liaison officers or professionals from external services. However some children and young people, or their families, may decide to seek further help in the form of counseling.

Dynamic Strategies Global Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

Counseling for Young Adults

Being a young adult can be stressful. So many decisions to make. Greater responsibilities. A tight job market. Changing family relationships. The ups and downs of romantic relationships.

Whatever you’re facing, we can help.

Having a trained, compassionate ally in your corner can make all the difference. Share your situation with one of our licensed counselors and get helpful feedback that you can use now. We empower you to think about challenges in a new way. Learn to cope with difficulties, find better ways to handle stress, and learn to put problems in perspective. With the insight and tools we offer, you will be able to successfully handle the difficulties that are weighing you down.

Counseling for Children & Teens

We are especially passionate about our work with children & teens. Our clients include children as young as 3 years old, school-age children, adolescents and teens.

Our friendly, caring counselors help young clients feel supported through difficult experiences, cope with painful emotions, improve behavior, and develop better ways to handle life challenges. Our therapists understand the developmental and emotional needs of children and teens, and are experienced in addressing a range of issues like adjustment to change, anxiety and stress, eating disorders, etc.

How is counseling for young people different?

Counseling for children and young people may differ from counseling for adults, and will depend on the child’s age, specific difficulties and their development. Different methods may be used to encourage young children to be able to express their difficulties, such as play and art. For example, reading stories and talking about feelings of a character in that story may help the child to discuss their own feelings, or drawing/painting/drama may help children to express themselves. These methods all give the counselor a great insight into the unconscious mind of the child.

How can counseling benefit young people?

Counseling children and young people involves helping the child to develop a positive attitude to life, recognize their strengths and express themselves. It does not involve making decisions for the child, imposing beliefs on them or preaching. Counseling may be provided to children and young people on their own, or it may be provided to a child as part of a family (family counseling).

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When is it time to get my child counseling?

When children have emotional, learning or behavioral problems, the earlier they get treatment, the easier it is to help them. But as parents, you also want to avoid unnecessary treatment, misdiagnosis and costs in both time and money. You want your child to do well in school. But you might worry that if you ask for help, he’ll be labeled.

When you’re concerned about a child, you’re often told by family members, friends and maybe even your pediatrician to relax and wait—he’ll grow out of it. Sometimes this is good advice. Sometimes it’s not.

Kids develop at uneven speeds. But for every child who grows out of what seems to be a problem, another child gets worse.

When to Take Action?

There are times when it’s clearly not a good idea to wait. For instance:

Autism: If your child seems to have the early symptoms of autism, the earlier it’s caught the better the chance he has of improving and enjoying a less restricted life.

Eating disorders: The longer a child lives with an eating disorder, the harder it is to recover. Getting treatment as quickly as possible can save her life.

Family history: If mental illness runs in your family, be aware of the increased possibility that your child will begin to develop a disorder. Act promptly.

When to Wait

Some life events can cause changes in your child’s functioning as a part of a process of adjustment. Things like:

  • Parental divorce

  • Changing schools

  • A new sibling

These can all have troubling effects on a child’s behavior. Most often this will pass with time. In fact, the criteria for many child and adolescent psychiatric disorders require problem behaviors or feelings to be present for at least a period of weeks or months. Sometimes you need to watch and wait.