Therapy for Children in Foster/Kinship Care
Most children in foster care could benefit from therapy to help them adjust to the losses and changes they are experiencing. It is sometimes up to their foster parents or kinship care providers to advocate that they get these services.
The foster care agency may already have a therapist that they want the child to see or the child may arrive in your home already in therapy. Sometimes, however, foster parents need to be proactive in finding a therapist for their foster child.
Creating a Family has resources to help understand what type of therapy is most effective and how to find such a therapist. Scroll to the very bottom of this page to see the resources we have on Therapy for Children in Foster/Kinship Care in the form of blogs/articles, radio shows/podcasts, tip sheets, fact sheets and expert Q & A’s.