When a child or adolescent need professional help

  • When the child or adolescent is constantly tired and cannot sleep
  • When he/she looses the ability to concentrate and relax
  • Prolonged physical symptoms, such as vertigo, headache, stomach ache or other pain
  • Anxiety, depression, tension
  • Paralysis and the apparent lack of feelings
  • Isolation from other people
  • Lack of interest for things they previously found important
  • Implicit self destructive acts, such as seeking danger or substance use
  • If the child or adolescent has suicidal thoughts, help should be sought after as soon as possible.