Thrive Parenting Group
Effective parenting is essential to the success of children with ADHD. However, difficult child behavior contributes to family stress and leaves parents looking for solutions that are lasting. Thrive Parenting integrates behavioral, cognitive, and emotion-focused intervention components that help parents and children with ADHD.
Parents as Friend Coach
It's hard to see your child feel rejected and frustrated because they lack the skills to make friends. Children who are shy, have ADHD or are slightly anxious often struggle to make and keep friends.
This 8-week workshop is based on research on how parents can help children make friends. Each week parents will receive teaching, handouts, and homework. They will practice with their child and other family members in making and keeping friends. The group size is limited to allow families time for interaction and questions.
SPACE teaches parents to recognize their child's behaviors, their own interactions to their child's anxiety, and to implement plans for reducing their child's anxious behaviors. THE CHILD DOES NOT NEED TO ATTEND. Parents maintain an empathic and supportive attitude towards their child while increasing parents' ability to work cooperatively to reduce the child's anxiety and increase support. Parents are taught skills that will continue to support and help their children.
ADHD Parenting Group
Parental support and counseling is an important part of your child's ongoing ADHD program. The ADHD parent group is a small group that helps parents manage the day-to-day challenges of ADHD. This group is led by licensed therapists.
Let's Work Together
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