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Based on the belief that all behaviour has meaning and difficult or distressing behaviour is a way of expressing an anxiety that can not be put into words, children can benefit significantly from psychodynamic psychotherapy. Therapists use a child centered approach, often through play or drawing to help your child verbalise his/her underlying anxieties and to alleviate their distress. Parents are an important part of the therapy and reciprocal feedback is crucial to the success of the therapy.