Preschool and Kindergarten

Preschool and Kindergarten Counseling

Young children develop quickly during late preschool and kindergarten years.  Their communication and play skills continue to blossom as they explore their world and gain new knowledge.  While many of these changes are exciting to watch, this is not an easy stage for every child.  Young children face many challenges, including separating from their families, learning how to play cooperatively, regulate their emotions, and make social connections.  Moreover, they meet these challenges with varying degrees of success, particularly as they enter school.  For children in need, early opportunities to develop basic social and communication skills can set the stage for a healthier adjustment in later childhood.  If you are concerned about your child, you may wish to consult with a counselor or psychologist.  Pediatricians and school personnel can also be valuable resources.

At the Triumph Center, our mission is to help young children lead healthier and more successful lives.  We understand that every child has unique gifts and challenges, so we work closely with our children to identify and build on strengths, while offering strategies to help them overcome common challenges.   We offer supports through social skills groups, counseling, consultation and a therapeutic summer camp.  Our services may benefit young children who are struggling with the following issues or concerns:

  • Temper Tantrums
  • Separation Issues
  • Problems with Sharing and Cooperation
  • Friendship Building
  • Defiance
  • Sleep Problems
  • Social Immaturity
  • Poor Social Pragmatics
  • Anger Management
  • Hyperactivity