Supportive Parent Coaching
Parent & Co-Parent Guidance
Learning how to effectively set boundaries, express emotional needs, and navigate disagreements is crucial to having a peaceful home.
More and more families are being created after a divorce. These transitions can be difficult for kids and adults, and they require compassion, patience, and often professional guidance.
People experience loss in different ways. Sometimes children process it through seemingly inappropriate questions or play. It’s important to allow everyone to have a healthy way to express this profound sadness.
Most kids (and adults, too) act out when they lack the words to describe what they need. Increasing the emotional intelligence of each family member will help decrease behavioral outbursts.
Anna Helfand, LCMHC
Expert Parent Coach
Direct Support For Your Child
Children often struggle to tell us exactly what they need. Fortunately, a trained professional can learn a lot while engaging in play therapy.
Child & Adolescent Therapy
Everyone needs a little help sometimes. Giving a developing mind the support it needs to thrive is one of the best investment anyone can make for a loved one.
Have you ever wondered what is happening inside the mind of your child or even your own head? Consider getting a multipoint inspection of your brain’s performance to assess your strengths and weaknesses.
Being A Parent Takes Skill
Increase the Love and Like within your family while considering how everyone’s daily interactions can help create a deeper sense of connection, repair, and validation.
Consider how your own emotional intelligence and overall health impact family life. Taking responsibility for your actions and contributions in your home will have profound results.
Learning how to co-regulate as a team while creating a deeper sense of connection even during difficult times. This connection can also help guide everyone towards a shared vision of the future.