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It’s time to talk about it without doing harm Eating disorders, food and body image are not easy things to discuss. Conversations can be riddled with unintended triggers. For example, I have heard from many people who are in recovery say that when someone tells them I look “healthy” they instead hear “you look fat”… Read more

Best Gift for the Holidays

“The best we can hope for is that we act like the adults we hope our children grow to become.” ~ Hilary Moses SPS Growing up, my mom had a paper taped to the cabinet that read, “Hey teenagers!  Tired of being hassled by your stupid parents? Move out, get a job, pay your own… Read more

As parents, we are often in search of the “right” answer, or the “best way” to handle tricky requests involving our adolescent and young adult children. We ask our friends, our parenting coach, our therapist, our social media outlets for the exact recipe on how to handle various situations hoping for a tried and true… Read more

In our work, as parent coaches, managing teen technology habits wins the prize for the least popular responsibility, not to mention the most exhausting.  The rationale for not coming up with a plan regarding healthy use usually sounds something like, “well, my child is almost 18, they are going to need to learn to manage… Read more

We have expanded our parent coaching team with two seasoned therapists. As demand for parent coaching has increased significantly over the past year, Solutions Parenting Support is excited to announce that Hannah Young, LCSW and Andrea Sussel, LCSW have joined the Solutions Parenting Support parent coaching team. They’ll be providing the same exceptional level of support, strategies and… Read more

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