Parenting Support

Parenting support may be needed if your children begin triggering anger or stress. Raising a child is tough, and sometimes you need a little extra help navigating those challenges.

This form of therapy is typically short-term and involves your entire family so that you can all learn to function cohesively together.

All the family

When to Seek Help

Signs that you may benefit from parenting support include:

  • Persistent, unresolved conflict between you and your child
  • Family trauma impacting you or your children
  • Child-related development issues
  • Physical or mental health problems for you or your child

No matter which issue(s) are driving stress or conflict, parenting support is tailored to your situation and aims to give you the tools needed to function happily within your family.

Parental counseling addresses a wide variety of issues, including:

  • Domestic violence
  • Post-partum depression
  • Physical or mental disabilities in the child

Parental Counseling

Parental counseling involves:

  • Addressing “adult problems” sufficiently so that children are not negatively impacted
  • Improving your ability to deal with stressors, difficult situations, and anxiety
  • Admitting there is a problem so that you can adequately address it
  • Improving communication
  • Strengthening your conflict-resolution skills
  • Perhaps involving your entire family in some sessions
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If you’re looking for parental support, Interpersonal Psychiatry can help.

We specialize in supporting parents and can help you get back to feeling yourself through a combination of psychotherapy, counseling, and medication. Learn more today.

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