Is CST Different for Children?

The foundational principles in working with children are similar, but require additional expertise and modifications in techniques to be appropriate for their age and level of development.  Children offer a unique and different set of challenges for the therapist using CST. Your therapist should be highly  experienced with both adults and children , (which we are). It demands greater skill and clarity on the part of the therapist to recognize and work with the cues and signs needed to engage therapeutic healing, as these are more delicate and subtle in children. This work is an important part of preventative medicine, often minimizing any  common or potential problems.