Raising children can be one of the most rewarding experiences a parent has, but is also one of the most stressful and difficult. I understand the desire parents have to love, nurture, and discipline their children. I am here to help you find the most effective way. I can help you improve your relationship with your children. No matter how difficult it has become, I can help you find your way to a more loving, calm, and structured family life, or help you find the right person or program for your family. Call Today! 713-446-7748
Children and adolescents experience all sorts of emotions, but don’t always know how to express those emotions. This can easily strain a family’s relationship. I know how exhausting the arguments can be. You’re tired of trying and not making progress. I can help your family learn to communicate more effectively and help your children/adolescents express themselves in healthy ways. Your help is just a phone call away. 713-446-7748
Divorce is a very painful event. You might feel lost, confused, and afraid for your future.
There is a great free resource available to divorced individuals called DivorceCare. For many individuals, this is a real blessing. However, if you don’t want to recover in a group setting, individual therapy sessions can help. I want you to feel safe to explore your questions, face your doubts, and make peace with yourself and your former spouse (if possible). I offer compassionate understanding, a safe holding place for healing, and encouragement for your future. Call me, let’s get started. 713-446-7748
(parenting any child that’s not your biological child)
I’ll bet you looked forward to being a grandparent, aunt, uncle, or some other adult figure in a precious child’s life. The idea of being able to spoil them and send them home sounds great. But now, you can’t send them home. You are their home. What now? Just as it can be rewarding to care for children, it can be exhausting as well. Perhaps the child(ren’s) parent(s) died, is deployed, incarcerated, or just too immature to be a parent. You’ve been left to pick up the pieces. It can be more challenging to raise children that are not your own. You might be older and not have as much energy. You might still be grieving the loss of the child’s parents. You feel sorry for the child(ren). You might even feel angry and/or guilty about having to raise them. What are you to do? Who can help you? First, don’t be so hard on yourself. You’re in a tough situation. Second, call me and let me help you with the personal issues you’re encountering. I will help you assess your lifestyle and make changes that facilitate family cohesion. We’ll explore ways your energy is depleted and how to shore up your resources. I can’t say it won’t still be challenging, but I’d like to help make it as beneficial for you and the children as possible. Call now. 713-446-7748
Dependent Adult Child
Wow, what happened? Your child was supposed to be on their own by now. Didn’t you have plans for your life once you were done raising them? How did it all change? Great questions! I can help you explore what’s happened in your family that has brought about the circumstances you are now living in. I’ll help you decide what you really want your life to be by exploring the ways you feel unfulfilled. You’ll be encouraged to set goals to achieve your life desires and supported on as you take the necessary, although sometimes tough, steps of setting boundaries and expectations with your adult child. Being firm with dependent adult children is not easy. I want to help. Call now. 713-446-7748