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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

As summer flies by, both too quickly and too slowly, our parent coaching often shifts toward preparing for the start of the school year. Erratic schedules, academic pressures and earlier wake up times can quickly derail summer progress. 

Here are some of our tips to help you set up a rhythm and routine and to… Read more

While families start to settle into their familiar summer routine, here at Solutions Parenting Support, we often receive calls from alumni families with requests for some summer S.O.S. The majority of our summer maintenance sessions for our parent clients are based around us providing tips and tools so parents can feel confident parenting during the… Read more

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