Offered in Georgetown and Virtually
"The point of parenting is not to have all the answers before we start out but instead to figure it out on the go as our children grow. Because as they do, so will we." - Bridgett Miller
Parenting is a rewarding yet challenging journey, and many individuals find themselves seeking guidance and support to navigate the complexities of raising children. Parent coaching, rooted in the expertise of social work, offers a holistic and compassionate approach to help parents develop effective parenting skills, enhance family dynamics, and promote the overall well-being of both parents and children. Sessions will create a collaborative environment with parent(s) to identify goals, strengths, and areas for growth.
Whether you are a new parent, in a period of family transition, parent of children with health concerns or disabilities; parent coaching provides personalized support tailored to the specific needs and circumstances of each client. With its focus on empowerment and tailored support, serves as an invaluable resource for parents across various stages and circumstances. By addressing the specific needs of the client, parenting coaching contributes to the creation of resilient, thriving families.
Skilled therapists will help you work through your challenges and goals as a parent in a safe and secure environment. Parent coaching is currently offered by Maddie at our Georgetown location. Maddie also offers virtual sessions for any resident of Ontario. These sessions are available as either an individual or group session so that they can be attended by one or both parents/caregivers.
Parent coaching is available for all types of parents, including (but not limited to):
- New parents
- Parents of children and/or teens in any developmental stage
- Parents of children with disabilities or health concerns
Maddie is able to offer support for a wide range of issues, including:
- Addressing challenges in sleep, nutrition, and personal care routines
- Addressing concerns about developmental progress
- Handling outbursts and challenging behaviors
- Overcoming barriers to effective parenting and fostering better connections with your child
- Coping with ADHD and impulse control
- Finding strategies to support emotionally sensitive children
- Supporting children dealing with mental health issues like anxiety and depression
- Providing guidance through transitions, trauma, and grief
- Helping with school-related issues such as bullying, social skills, and learning challenges
- Managing stress within the family, navigating blended family dynamics, and co-parenting post-separation
- Strengthening and rebuilding family relationships