Posts tagged parent coaching
5 Ways you’re Sabotaging your Child’s Therapy

Let me begin by stating the obvious; you care about your child’s wellbeing and want to be sure that you do everything in your power not to be “the reason” he or she seeks professional psychological help in adulthood. Every parent has the cliché nightmare of being the main topic of conversation during their adult child’s therapy sessions. One of the most effective ways to mitigate this is to hook your kid up with a therapist quickly once you first notice a problem.

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Parent Right #4: You have the right to be unfair.

One of my main jobs as a Clinical Psychologist these days is to continuously remind parents that they, not their children, are in charge. I say this explicitly, both in person and while coaching parents over the phone. I actually get paid for that. You can blame the now defunct "child-centered parenting" movement of the 1960's for that last part.

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