Therapy for under-fives reduces wider mental health problems in families, study finds

Joe Lepper
Thursday, October 6, 2022

Mental health problems in families can be reduced by offering therapeutic interventions to babies and pre-school age children as well as their parents or care givers, a study has found.

Therapeutic support for young children could also benefit parents, research finds. Picture: AdobeStock/Krakenimages
Therapeutic support for young children could also benefit parents, research finds. Picture: AdobeStock/Krakenimages

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