Raising a child can be fulfilling and gratifying, but also challenging and stressful. Parents are inundated with varying suggestions on how to raise their child and media sources as well as pediatricians often offer conflicting advice. It’s hard to know what’s best for your child. Experts in child psychology and development, generally agree, no one method of parenting is best. Seeing a therapist can help parents achieve common goals, increase their capacity to deal with stressors and face all the challenging situations parenthood ensues. Reaching out to a counselor takes courage, but accepting help is the first step in getting you closer to finding the right solution.
Local Experts in Parenting
Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Individual Therapy
My dissertation was on parenting stress in parents of twice-exceptional children. I love working with parents of gifted and 2e children.
Couples Therapy, Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy
Brittni is a mother of three, former school counselor and teacher, and teaches Love & Logic parenting classes.
Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Child Therapy, Group Therapy, Individual Therapy
I began my occupational therapy career working with children with special needs in the school district. This required working closely with the parents as how to continue to work on development skills when the child is at home. Parenting a child with a disability can be incredibly challenging and helping a typically developing child navigate the world can be intimidating.
Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Child Therapy, Individual Therapy, Family Therapy
I have specialized training and experience in strengthening bonds between parents and children, resolving conflict and teaching parenting skills that can work on just about any child.
Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Child Therapy, Family Therapy
Parents/caregivers are an important part of a child’s therapeutic process. Before beginning sessions with your child, I meet with you to create concrete goals and objectives. This allows us to paint a clear picture of what we are working toward in your child's life. Going forward, I consult with you regularly to help develop parenting skills that will ultimately help your child meet their goals.