Individual therapy is offered for parents of children who:
Have medical complexity, illness, or special needs.
Have been through a traumatic medical experience.
Are coping with grief and loss.
Are you feeling burned out, or do you question whether you are doing enough for your child or your family?
Do your friends or family have trouble relating to your parenting experience, leaving you feeling isolated and alone?
Have you struggled to find the right words to talk to your child about illness, disability or death?
Is it difficult to find a balance between protecting and supporting your child, while also giving them the independence you know they need to grow and thrive?
Is your child doing well, but you still feel stuck, afraid, or anxious that something bad will happen?
You are not alone. Therapy can help.
Many parents can identify with these challenges. You are working hard to keep your child safe, healthy, and happy, all while trying to cope with overwhelming feelings and maintain the other important relationships, roles, and responsibilities in your life. Therapy is a collaborative, judgment-free space where you can develop new ways of effectively supporting your child/teen, work to understand and manage overwhelming stressors, develop healthy boundaries and routines for self-care, and begin to quiet your inner critic. In therapy, you will receive the compassion, support, and information you need to feel grounded, find balance, and thrive in the face of uncertainty.