When parents live in separate houses and are raising children, it can be challenging to co-parent effectively. Or perhaps, you are living in the same house but have very different parenting strategies making co-parenting your children challenging at best.
We specialize in parenting and offer many options for how to improve things so that the distance or differences between the two of you do not negatively impact your child(ren). Your child’s well being and adjustment is very tied into how well you and your parenting partner communicate and collaborate to make things as consistent and predictable as possible for your child. Since we are child psychologists, we know the stage of development your child is in and what is the best approach for you individual child. This information, along with your parenting styles and preferences, will help us to come to a consensus on how to co-parent effectively. Therapy is typically short-term and can be done in private sessions or small groups format.