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Expecting Parents

Pregnant woman with husbandParents will learn about their crucial role in creating healthy brain connections within their infants and how they have the influence to create an individual who makes the most of his/her world and is able to negotiate the obstacles of anxiety, debilitating self-doubt, and depression.

  • Parent Readiness
  • Prenatal Bonding
  • Couple & Family Readiness for a Growing Family (Transition)
  • Creating a Nurturing Social Emotional Environment
  • Prenatal Depression
  • Prenatal Anxiety
  • Becoming a Single Parent
  • Becoming a Stay at Home Parent
  • Pregnancy to First Year


Newborn baby twinsNew brain research has given us a window into what really matters for children’s lifelong well-being.

We now know that it is actually through the parent child relationship, those early experiences, that an expressive blueprint is formed which alters the neural pathways in the brain! It is a history so powerful it generates profound effects on the infant’s present, as well as future world!

  • Parent Readiness
  • Adjusting to Parenthood
  • Infant/Parent Bond
  • Marital Relationship & New Baby
  • Calm/Soothe/Settle Baby
  • Strengthening Nurturing Connections/Reflective Parenting
  • Brain Development Through Play
  • Developmental Guidance (Key Milestones)
  • Parenting as a Couple/Partners
  • Elements of a Healthy Infant-Parent Relationship
  • Developing/Promoting a Secure Relationship
  • Understanding Your Baby’s Temperament
  • Infant Developmental Assessment


Happy group of kidsThe basic sense of connectedness which the parent child relationship can create empowers a child to function in the face of life’s challenges! It is through this relationship dance that children learn self-confidence, regulation of emotions, empathy, social competence across development, academic success, and resilience. This relationship is the foundation for a well adjusted child who can reach his/her full potential!

  • Parent/Child Bond
  • Disruptive Behavior
  • Separation Anxiety
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Families In Transition
  • Grief
  • Trauma
  • Aggression
  • Shyness/Slow to Warm Up
  • Adoption
  • Coping with Stress
  • Assertiveness/Self Esteem
  • School Difficulties/ Learning Disabilities
  • Spectrum Disorders
  • Attention Deficit Disorder/ Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Spirited/Challenging Temperament
  • Divorce/Separation
  • Difficulty Making Friends
  • Siblings of Autistic Children
  • Conflict Mediation/Bullying


Group of Multi-ethnic teenagers outsideAdolescents face significant life transitions, challenging peer pressures and considerable shifts in emotional, as well as physical development.

These pressures may affect family relationships, school performance, and an adolescent’s concept of self. In addition to the issues noted above, we now know the adolescent’s brain goes through tremendous growth, actually the same growth as a 0-2 year old’s brain.

This growth is the cause of adolescents’ extreme mood swings not hormonal change. It is through cutting edge brain research that the puzzle which is adolescent behavior is being pieced together in order to better understand the inner workings of adolescents.

We can help you empower your adolescent and provide the necessary tools to navigate through this developmental stage, as well as help you enhance your connection to one another.

  • Parent/Adolescent Connection
  • Over Achieving High Anxiety
  • Independent Transitions/College Bond
  • Challenging, Self Destructive, Harmful, Problem, Acting Out Behaviors
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Eating Disorders
  • Coping with Stress
  • Assertiveness/Self Esteem
  • Self Injury/Cutting
  • Grief
  • Trauma
  • School Difficulties
  • Difficulty with Peers
  • Spectrum Disorders
  • Divorce/Separation
  • Bullying/Coping with Cliques
  • Pregnancy


On a daily basis, adults face numerous challenges both personally and professionally. Understanding and integrating these experiences promotes healthy communications with others, as well as a better sense of self.

Recent research points to the idea that the brain continues to develop new connections throughout a person’s life. We can help guide adults through difficult times by working together to create healthy and joyful life experiences which will provide a fresh perspective that can enrich adults’ lives and equip them for whatever obstacles they may face in the future.

  • Parent Coaching
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Relationship Problems
  • Grief and Loss
  • Stress Management
  • Lack of Joy
  • Fertility Issues, Pregnancy Miscarriages, Abortions
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Divorce/Separation
  • Transitioning from Stay at Home Parent to a Working Parent
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Collaborative Divorce