We do not practice from the child advocacy model and do not work with children alone or apart from their parents. We believe that blood is thicker than therapy and that a child’s primary therapeutic relationship needs to be with their parent or guardian and not their therapist. We do not enter into confidential therapeutic relationships with children, as we believe it would be counter-therapeutic. Therapeutic homework for child and parents should be expected. The frequency of sessions and the duration of the therapy relationship are determined by the client and parents.