Parenting is a tough job!

Unfortunately, children don’t come with an instruction manual and frequently their behaviors can be extremely confusing to understand and difficult to manage.

Before I became a therapist, I spent many years as a support worker where my main role was to coach parents of all sorts (biological, adoptive, foster) to read the cues of the children they were caring for, improving the relationship between them.

I offer parent support and coaching as an adjunct approach to the therapy I provide to children and adolescents. As a caregiver, you are the most important person in your child’s life. I can help make the job of parenting seem more manageable. I take a strengths-based approach to providing support and coaching to parents and caregivers. I view all relationships through the lens of attachment and utilize attachment and neuroscience principles when providing parent education.