My goal is to support families by providing co-parent counseling to decrease conflict in their relationships. During this process, parents will learn effective coping strategies to communicate in a manner to protect their children’s emotional health and well-being. I work with both parents during this time of transition.
“The sign of great parenting is not the child’s behavior. The sign of truly great parenting is the parent’s behavior.” – Andy Smithson
The ultimate goal is to help families so their children begin to feel reduced stress and anxiety. We encourage you to let your children be kids. As parents, the best gift parents can give their children is to show them that they can communicate in a conflict-free manner.
As a professional, my focus has been working with families that are in high conflict co-parenting relationships. It is imperative to the emotional health of the children that their parents listen to their feelings and voices. It is also important for the children to be allowed to love both parents freely without pressure from the other parent.
“Co-Parenting is not a competition. It’s a collaboration of two homes working together with the best interest of the child at heart. Work for your kids, not against them.” – Dr. Anne Brown