Parent coach guide parents through the therapeutic process, while identifying what changes can be made within the home to support lasting success, and provide individualized and specifically tailored support to parents looking to integrate systemic changes to their family system.
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In part 3 of this 3 part series we continue to share Nuggets of Knowledge from our upcoming book, H.O.M.E: Strategies for Making Home a SUCCESS during and after treatment.
In part 2 of this 3 part series we continue to share Nuggets of Knowledge from our upcoming book, H.O.M.E: Strategies for Making Home a SUCCESS during and after treatment.
In this 3 part series we share Nuggets of Knowledge from our upcoming book, H.O.M.E: Strategies for Making Home a SUCCESS during and after treatment
Use these tips to predict and prepare, and have a more peaceful and fulfilling holiday season.
Rest assured, we have some tips that can help you to more gracefully manage the reality that the “just a sec” isn’t going anywhere. With the goal of maintaining relationships through the passing tough moments, the underlying goal is to stay calm so as to not allow this common situation to turn into a battle.
It is difficult to know what to say and do when a child refuses to go to school. Use these 5 tips as a launching point.
As demand for parent coaching has increased significantly over the past year, Solutions Parenting Support is excited to announce that Hanna Young, LCSW and Andrea Sussel, LCSW have joined the Solutions Parenting Support parent coaching team.
All too often, kids get home and fall into the same old habits and routines. Upon successfully completing a program, parents are typically given coaching tips and keys to success for a healthy transition back into the mainstream. While this information can be transformative, parents sometimes find it difficult to implement. It is very easy to return to the old way of parenting. So who is there to catch these families that fall through the cracks?
We coach parents on how to manage their child’s access to these tools, encouraging that they start with incrementally introducing children to the parent approved platforms and having a hands on approach to help shape how their children show up in the online world.