Kim Abraham, LMSW and Marney Studaker-Cordner, LMSW
Learn a simple process that gets impulsive, destructive children to think about the consequences of their actions. Take your authority back by using “Fail-Proof Consequences” that can’t be ignored by your defiant child. For parents of children with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), Conduct Disorder, or extreme defiance. Remember—you can’t control your child’s choices, but you can hold them accountable.
By Rebecca Wolfenden, 1-on-1 Coach
With graduation season in full swing, and all the parties and open houses that go along with this time of year, a frequently heard question posed to graduates and their parents is, “So, what are you going to do next?” While many graduates have an answer memorized detailing further education, a job opportunity, an internship... Read more »
By Anna Stewart
Karen hasn’t slept through the night in years—she’s too worried about her son Mason making it through high school. He tried two different schools and now takes online classes, but that’s not working, either. Karen has resorted to sitting with him for three hours every night (after coming home from her full-time job) to help... Read more »
By Kim Abraham, LMSW and Marney Studaker-Cordner, LMSW
Are you one of the millions of frustrated, exhausted parents whose adult child is still living at home with you? Like many in this situation, you might be feeling resentful that your adult son seems to think he’s entitled to meals, laundry and gas money when he does nothing but sleep and party. Or you... Read more »