The Hidden Benefits of The Car Ride To Your Child’s Therapy Appointment
- Encourage your child to be headphones-free during the drive to therapy
- Don’t take calls during the drive – show your child that you are available and invested in being with them during this time
- Music is fine, but only if it the sound is low and in the background
- Don’t force conversation, but let it come naturally
- You can ask questions to your child, but don’t probe or keep asking the same question – just show that you are open to discussion if they are willing to talk
- Let silence be your friend – eventually your child WILL talk.
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