PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
The Parenting Place is proud to offer the following programs and services:
Healthy Families believes that early, nurturing relationships are the foundation for life-long, healthy development. Interactions between families are designed to promote positive parent-child relationships and healthy attachment, and are strengths-based, family-centered, culturally sensitive and reflective.
Families are enrolled prenatally or within two weeks after birth. Once enrolled, we offer services to families until the child's third birthday. Families are offered one home visit per week for the first six months after the child's birth. After those initial months, visit frequency is based on families' needs and progress over time. Home visits usually last one hour.
Program is also offered in Spanish.
- Our Counseling services are for individuals who have experienced emotional, mental, physical or sexual violence or abuse. All services are confidential and include safety planning, education and emotional support. Our team will meet you in your home or a safe location and will personalize services to meet your needs.
- Our Counselors offer:
- Individual Counseling
- Family Counseling
- Biopsychosocial Assessments
- Child and Adolescent Services
- Therapeutic Services for Victims
- Play Therapy Techniques
- What can a Counselor help me overcome?
- Grieving the loss of a loved one
- Relationship changes: marriage, divorce, blended families
- Personal or work-related stress
- Anxiety, phobias, depression, post-traumatic stress
- Parenting, co-parenting challenges
- Anger management, conflict resolution
- End-of-life issues
- Work issues (job loss, conflict with co-workers)
- Adjustment to new culture, new location, or other life changes
- We encourage people to consider professional counseling as an invaluable tool for maintaining emotional health and positive relationships.
Group Triple P: A broad-based parenting intervention delivered over eight weeks for parents who are interested in learning a variety of skills, such as the causes of child behavior problems, setting specific goals, and using strategies to promote child development, manage misbehavior and plan for high-risk situations.
Designed to help participants learn to cope with anger in everyday life, topics include recognizing the signs, taking ownership of consequences and learning to solve problems without anger.