Sibling Support

Like any sibling relationship, being the sibling of an individual with autism is a simultaneously rewarding and challenging role. Children and teens that are both older and younger siblings of individuals with autism may find themselves in situations that their peers with typically developing siblings do not face, with feelings their peers do not experience. It’s important to allow your child to acknowledge their feelings without judgment. Our licensed counselors can assist your child to understand that any feelings they have, towards their sibling or their own position in the family, are not good or bad, they’re just feelings and all feelings are normal.

Monroe Centers

Counseling Center
1105 Hudson Lane,
Monroe, LA 71201

  318-322-6500

CenturyLink Counseling
100 CenturyLink Drive,
Monroe, LA 71203

  318-362-1500

Pediatric Therapy
1300 Hudson Lane, Ste. 7,
Monroe, LA 71201

  318-361-7180

Autism Center
1300 Hudson Lane, Ste. 9,
Monroe, LA 71201

  (318) 600-6640

Pediatric Center
3101 Kilpatrick,
Monroe, LA 71201

  318-582-1414

Ruston Centers

Counseling Center
206 E. Reynolds Drive
Ste E1
Ruston, LA 71270

  318-255-2922

AutismCenter
206 E. Reynolds Drive
Ste C3
Ruston, LA 71270

  (318) 600-6640

Pediatric Center
206 E. Reynolds Drive
Ste C3
Ruston, LA 71270

  318-224-9177

Shreveport Centers

Counseling Center
2133 Bert Kouns Industrial Loop
Shreveport, LA 71105

  318-947-9000