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If my child is to be seen, do I need to be present as a parent?

Your therapist will ask that the child’s guardian(s) be present for the first session to help provide a history of the problem and develop goals for counseling. At this time, your therapist will share with you how you can best participate in your child’s therapy. Most of the time, the therapist likes to check with the guardian(s) on how things are going at the beginning of the session and spend at least a few minutes at the end to discuss the progress and need for follow-up. 

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