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In this blog post, we shared with you how to create effective consequences when parenting your adolescents and young adults. Consequences are effective parenting tools for these crucial child-rearing years. But coming up with the best consequences is only a small part of how to shape your family from the top down. Without a foundation… Read More

Natural or contrived, consequences are difficult for all parents. Whether it’s to identify what the consequence should be or implementing the consequence, it often can feel overwhelming and really just be an undesirable experience. It makes sense, as when we feel a consequence in our own adult lives we are usually eager to move through… Read More

As a parent, do you know Where the Wild Things Are? During elementary school years, they might just be in the imagination of our little ones, but in middle childhood and adolescence, it becomes more apparent that the wild things are not in our imagination, they are actually in our homes! We like to call these… Read More

Let’s face it, when you have a struggling teen or young adult, the holiday season is just not what it used to be.  We see many trends, challenges and successes through our transitional work with families when it comes to thriving during the holiday season. There are many concerns surrounding how the holiday will play out… Read More

When it comes to parenting, the phrase “letting go” is counterintuitive and feels like an impossibility for most parents. It’s often used in therapeutic settings as an effective tool for managing hardships, events, and situations outside of our control. But, when it comes to parenting, it’s easier said than done. How can we be expected… Read More

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