Communication with your child should evolve as they grow. We must continue to develop healthy relationships, based on mutual respect. This will lead to less power struggles and less arguing. It will create more open communication and more love. We understand that at each stage in your child’s development new challenges, new issues, and new ideas begin to arise. Subtle shift in your communication style can have a huge impact on behavior and regulation. We provide communication tips and strategies to address the underlying concerns behind the behavior during all of our therapy. We know that hearing things more than once is very helpful. So, we created an online Communicating with Confidence Parenting course. The course is filled with videos you can watch or listen as well as handouts for you to download and practice. Check out our podcast to learn a bit more.
Our Parent Communication Training offers direct communication solutions to help reconnect families who are feeling powerless, disconnected or stressed on their parenting journey. Parents feel empowered when learning a communication style that offers connection, understanding and respect for themselves and their children. We work with families on an individual basis. We can also provide more tailored workshops for preschoolers, school-age, tweens and teenagers.
Do you have questions regarding your child’s development? Have you shared your concerns with your doctor and not sure of your next steps? We get it.
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Do you have questions or concerns regarding your child?
Are you not sure where to start or what to do?
My baby is very difficult to soothe and hates tummy time. Should I think about therapy for her?
My daughter is anxious and has a really hard time joining in social situations or playing with kids her own age. She doesn’t have a diagnosis, but I’m worried. Should I think about therapy for her?
My child has sensory processing challenges. His clothes have to be just right. He can’t stand certain types of movement, puts everything in his mouth, and he’s always crashing into things. Can you help?
I have general concerns regarding my child’s development, my doctor say he will grow out of it, is there something I can do now?
My son has a very difficult time paying attention, following directions, and reading. Could you help me figure out why he has these challenges and give us tools to help him?
My child doesn’t like certain foods and seems to be very selective when it comes to eating. He has a hard time chewing things. Would therapy help?