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Hilary and Jen have been highlighted in the news of numerous publications and journals. Here is just a sampling. If you would like to contact Hilary and Jen to feature them in an article or podcast, please contact us.

When Parents Need Help – Interview With Hilary Moses

Blog Talk Radio – the Woodbury Report – "When Parents Need Help – Interview With Hilary Moses"

When the challenge of parenting gets overwhelming is when parents need to seek professional help explained Hilary Moses, a co-owner of Solutions Transitional Support to Lon May 23, 2016.  She further explained that co-parenting is one of the most common issues parents come to her for help as a parent coach so the parents can learn how to work together rather than allowing themselves to be divided.  Listen as Hilary discusses signs to look for indicating parents need professional help, and some thoughts on deciding if their child needs a program.

This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network.

The Woodbury Report, 5/23/2016
Blog Talk Radio

Online Parent Coaching Courses, a new resource for Parents

Online Parent Coaching Courses, a new resource for Parents by All Kinds of Therapy...

Earlier this year, All Kinds of Therapy ran a 4-part series on Parent Coaches & Family Coaches, explaining parent coaching models, certifications, wrap-around services and former program therapists who’d developed their own program-informed coaching programs. Recently, Jenney Wilder spoke with Jen Murphy who informed me of their new model of parent coaching through online courses.  Here is a little chat I had with Jen about what she & her business partner Hilary Moses, LCSW are doing with their company. Read the article here...

Jenney Wilder, 8/25/15
All Kinds of Therapy

Stepmoms navigate sometimes-tricky trail, but relationship rewards can be great

Deseret News "Stepmoms navigate sometimes-tricky trail, but relationship rewards can be great"

After Stephanie and Lance Webb married nearly a decade ago, she baked a cake and they threw a party to mark the birthday of his first wife, Amy, mother of his six kids. They invited her family over.

Breast cancer had taken Amy, and Stephanie, now 52, knew it was important to honor the fact that Amy would always be her stepkids’ mother. She still bakes a cake on Amy’s birthday. And on Mother’s Day weekend, the Webbs visit Amy’s grave in the West Point, Utah, cemetery.

But Mother’s Day also belongs to Stephanie Webb. She has two kids of her own, those six stepkids and is thoroughly loved by Amy’s extended family. Read the article in which Hilary is quoted...

Lois M. Collins, 5/1/2015
Deseret News

Earth Day 2015: Planting the Seeds of Recovery

Earth Day 2015: Planting the Seeds of Recovery - Horticultural therapy — or the practice of gardening to promote well-being — has been used in a variety of treatment settings, including mental health and addiction rehabilitation programs.

Horticultural therapy — or the practice of gardening to promote well-being — has been used in a variety of treatment settings, including mental health and addiction rehabilitation programs. Horticultural therapy offers a wide range of benefits for people in recovery. Here are a few, shared with Addiction.com by leading therapists, including Hilary Moses:

“There are rich metaphors [between horticultural therapy and recovery]. For example, when you weed a garden, you need to get to the root of the weed to really make a serious dent … If you just pluck the problem from the surface it will flourish below and get more and more difficult to manage. Horticultural therapy also puts [patients] in a caregiving position when they feel like they can’t care for anything, let alone themselves. They learn the nuances of caretaking … they are able to learn through discovering and taking risks (which builds resilience in the brain), with minimal consequences.” – Hilary Moses, LCSW, transition specialist, parent coach and co-owner of Solutions Transitional Support, LLC

Susan Jara, 4/22/15
Addiction.com

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