“If only my child had come with an instruction manual!” That’s a thought that most parents have had at some point in their lives.
Nothing really prepares you to become a parent. Some of us were lucky enough to have parents that set a good example. But others grew up in homes where the dynamic between child and parent was anything but functional or consistently loving.
But the truth is, even if you did have loving parents that did right by you 24/7, you could never be fully prepared to handle sticky situations with your own children. You never really know what behavioral challenges your child may wind up struggling with and how those will affect your other children and the family.
This is where parental counseling comes in.
Parental counseling is a bit different from traditional psychotherapy or counseling in that its focus is more goal-directed. Parental counseling helps you choose a goal (get your child to do their homework without a daily tantrum) and offers tried and true techniques to help get the outcomes you desire.
Who is Parental counseling For?
Parental counseling is for any parent that wishes to resolve behavioral struggles with their children. These struggles can include typical daily struggles such as:
- Morning routines
- Homework struggles
- Sibling bickering
But this type of Parental counseling can also help with more demanding behaviors that push the parent’s skillset. These include:
- Dealing with a strong-willed child
- Getting a picky eater to eat
- Engaging with an angry or defiant teenager
- Guiding a child with Attention Deficit issues
Let’s Get You the Results You Want
A Parental counselor is that person in your corner that offers the best tools to reach the goals you’ve set and cheers you on as you do the work and take the necessary steps. I’m here to share what I have learned over the years so you can gain control over your own actions and your home.
- Are you looking for ways to address behavioral issues in your children, such as aggression and defiance…
- Need help in taking care of yourself and managing your own stress…
- Want to learn strategies to support your special needs child’s physical, emotional and social development…
- Need guidance on creating a plan to address other childcare issues or educational problems…
Then please get in touch with me. I invite you to ask as many questions as you need to see if you think we will be a good fit for one another.