Flatirons Counseling Services provides counseling and therapy for families with children affected by bullying.

Bullying has received magnified attention over the past several years, and for good reason. The impact of bullying in locations where a child has every right to feel safe, like school, can have a devastating impact on your child’s emotional health and physical safety.

If you believe your child is being bullied at school, please bring this immediately to the attention of your child’s teacher or school administrator. If left unchecked, the greater the impact on your child.

Should I Seek Bullying Counseling or Therapy for my Child or Teen?

If you discover any of the following with your child or teen, you should seek help from Flatirons Counseling Services:

  • Bruises, injuries, or any other signs of abuse
  • Declining academic performance
  • Avoidance of school
  • Isolation from school events or social groups
  • Few or no friends
  • Avoidance or lack of desire to participate in activities
  • Loss of possessions
  • Increased emotions
  • Complaints of physical distress
  • Changes in diet or sleep

How Can Flatirons Counseling Services Help Your Child or Teen with Bullying Counseling?

Flatirons Counseling Services can help provide bullying counseling for your child or teen in a caring and discrete environment. We are trained to deal with these issues. We can also assist with helping your family adjust to these behaviors and help work with your school to address the source of the bullying. Our goal is to help your child attain specific social skills and techniques for handling emotions and distress related to bullying, in addition to avoiding bullying all together.

To learn more about how Flatirons Counseling Services can help you with your child or teen with bullying therapy and counseling, contact us for a complimentary initial consultation.

Phone: 720.897.0986
Email: tim@flatirons-counseling.com
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