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What is the role of a child therapist?

Consider a child who experiences parental divorce during their formative years. The separation brings about emotional distress, a sense of abandonment, and disrupted stability in the child’s life. This childhood trauma could later manifest as trust issues, difficulty forming attachments, and a pervasive fear of abandonment well into adulthood.

Psychotherapy, specifically through modalities like talk therapy, can play a crucial role in preventing the future lingering effects of such childhood trauma. Child therapists can create a safe and empathetic space for individuals to explore and understand the impact of parental divorce on their emotional well – being.

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