Child Therapy & Family Therapy in Kent

Helping to reduce fears and physical symptoms in children caused by anxiety

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Friendly, Flexible Child Therapy

Child Therapy and Family Therapy can enable you to put things in perspective and to gain tools and understanding.  At Mind Connections, my aim is to help young children and teenagers to reduce fears and any physical symptoms that may have been triggered by many causes.  Typical issues may be bullying, bedwetting, school phobias, negative thoughts, exam fears and also obsessive compulsive disorders. 

Pat Whitson has had many years of experience in dealing with children and teenagers to help them overcome their fears, help improve negative behaviours to gain confidence and create positive change in their lives. Help can also be given for learning difficulties.

‘My approach is friendly and flexible to enable children with anxiety or learning issues to become more confident.  I have worked with both teenagers, students and young children with many issues using therapeutic treatments to help them move forward and feel better about themselves.’ – Pat Whitson, Accredited Therapist and Trainer

Child Therapy can help:

Improve Memory Training

Eliminate School Phobias

Improve Study Skills

Reduce Stuttering

Reduce Bedwetting

Reduce Enuresis

Improve Social Skills

Reduce Anxiety

Improve Behaviour

How to book a Child Therapy session: 

Consultancy Session – Child – £ 60 for 60 mins
Hypnotherapy Session – Adult £ 65 (60 mins
Hypnotherapy Session – Child – £50 (50 – 60 mins)

To book a Child Therapy session, or to gain further information on how Child Therapy may help, please call Patricia on 01732 846374 or email

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