Parenting comes with many joys, but can be a confusing, frustrating, and overwhelming experience at times. I work with parents by helping them better understand the purpose behind children’s challenging behaviors, providing specific tools for effectively managing those behaviors, and helping to strengthen the parent-child bond. Anytime I am seeing a child or teen in therapy, I will also bring in the parents for regular consult sessions; however, I am also happy to work with parents alone, without involving the kids in therapy at all.
I am trained in two parenting interventions: Child-Parent Relationship Therapy, and Positive Discipline, and I provide training in both group and individual formats for a variety of issues, including (but not limited to):
- Discipline strategies
- Parent-child relationship conflict
- Power struggles
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