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Do You Constantly Feel Like Your Kids are Making you Nuts???

Do you ask yourself things like... what did I do wrong? Am I messing up my kid? Will they be talking about me in therapy when they are adults? Do you feel like a failure as a parent? 

There is no "one size fits all" way to raise a child. With each generation, ideas on parenting changes and it can be easy to be both stuck in old models of parenting while wanting to integrate new strategies. You can read all of the books and try all of the things and still nothing seems to work. 

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You're doing better than you think. We promise. Parents we work with appreciate how they feel calmer, more confident, and they see tangible change at home. 

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Children thrive most when parents are cohesive about their decision making. The best place to "hack out" how you wish to handle challenging parenting moments is with a trained therapist in a calm, safe environment. 

S.P.A.C.E. Treatment

Our Licensed Clinicians offer S.P.A.C.E. treatment (Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions).

This treatment teaches parents skills and tools to help their child overcome symptoms of anxiety, OCD, panic disorder, fears and phobias, or related problems. The focus is on changes that parents can make to their own behavior, rather than making their child change. The two changes that parents learn to make in SPACE treatment are to respond more supportively to their anxious child and to reduce the accommodations they have been making to the child's symptoms.

Parents who implement the S.P.A.C.E. short term model find that their child's anxiety symptoms diminish and tension in the home decreases. 

Featured Parenting Support Psychotherapists

Translate Please!

We consider ourselves fluent in "teen" and are happy to help translate to parents!  We understand the delicate balance of how to maintain an alliance with teens while still being able to guide parents as to how to best support their children. 

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