Hey, dudes. So, my MC is young, about ten or so, and somehow he managed to find himself attending therapy. As someone who's never done such a thing (though probably needs it), I have no directional sense as to how I'd go about writing realistically. I tried Youtube first, since that's where most noobs start off, but everything I was looking at just wasn't right. All the videos I could find were either too-young kids, or simply just the therapist talking about how their job helps people. That's not what I needed, so I headed to the internet, and I could still never find something specific to what I wanted. To writingforums it is, then. If anyone could tell me what therapy would be like for an emotionally-stunted child who suffers from PTSD and trust issues, that'd be just swell. Of course, I'm not saying you have to be that kid, because really? What are the chances of that? Just, any sort of insights into what therapy might be like for my darlin' MC. What sort of questions would the therapist ask? Would play therapy work on a ten year old of such a caliber? What methods, or techniques would MC be given to practice and implement? And how, please tell me how, one would go about convincing a child-soldier that not everyone is out to get them? Because I'm having trouble, and I'm the one writing the damn thing. Thanks a bunch!