Category Archives: Parenting – General Parenting Resources

Parent Coaching: What is It and Do I Need It?

By our Family Therapy and Parent Coaching Team “If only there was a universal rule book I could follow!”   So often we hear this wish from parents. Expecting the Unexpected Parenting is such hard work – no matter how carefully one prepares. Books or articles have been read and thoughtfully incorporated with sage advice from those

It Takes Two to Co-regulate

It Takes Two to Tango Co-regulate By Sushi Frausto, M.A. Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT#101031)   We hear the word self-regulation a lot these days, but what does it mean? Self-regulation is the process during which we manage our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in order in to meet our needs. It involves managing one’s

Postpartum Mental Health Resources

POSTPARTUM MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES [engine_spacer] Postpartum Support International (PSI) Hotline in English and Spanish: 800-944-4773   The National Women’s Health Information Center 800-944-9662   Maternal Mental Health Now A Los Angeles-based organization committed to education families and professionals about postpartum mental health   Postpartum Progress An informational webpage and blog created by

Postpartum Mental Health Myths Vs. Facts

POSTPARTUM MENTAL HEALTH MYTHS VERSUS FACTS   Myth: Very few women experience baby blues. Fact: Approximately 70% – 80% of women will experience, at a minimum, the baby blues; about 20% will experience the more severe postpartum depression and its other subtypes.   Myth: Postpartum depression begins directly after birth. Fact: It is believed that

Announcing our expanded Perinatal & Postpartum Program!

Announcing our expanded Perinatal & Postpartum Program!   We know how beautiful, frustrating, exciting and exhausting it can be to begin the parenthood journey. Our compassionate therapists offer unique support and resources to assist women in gently finding their way through the many stages of starting or growing a family. Our expanded Perinatal and Postpartum

13 Questions to Ask a Potential Therapist

When you are considering therapy for your child or teen, you may wonder how to begin your search for a therapist. Get a recommendation:  Word of mouth is often an excellent way to obtain a recommendation. Pediatricians, school counselors, pastors, rabbis, and friends may be a source of information about local therapists. Some parents prefer

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