C.R.E.A.T.E. Outcomes® for Parents
family is to you. We understand the daily demands of parenting can be overwhelming and finding the time and resources to support your family to be its healthiest is not easy.
HOW WE CAN HELP
Our therapists help parents and families to improve effective communication, build healthy connections and increase peaceful, loving interactions at home. Using a collaborative approach, we help parents use effective parenting techniques to reduce a range of problematic behaviors, such as anxiety, school or homework avoidance, aggression and behavioral issues.
Our therapists are also trained to improve your co-parenting relationship with your partner to ensure that you are on the same page and able to work through differences in your parenting styles through healthy communication.
We have developed the C.R.E.A.T.E. Outcomes® Model to ensure that you are receiving parenting tools that are based on empirical research. Our model can be adapted to your unique values and needs while maintaining a clear map of your progress.
The C.R.E.A.T.E. Outcomes Model is at the heart of all of the work we do to support individuals, families and organizations.
SERVICES FOR PARENTS
Parenting Sessions: Sessions can be by yourself or with your partner using a supportive, collaborative approach to help you clarify your parenting goals and equipping you with individualized strategies that make sense for your child and family.
Family Therapy: We transform difficult family dynamics by improving communication and deepening each family member’s understanding of one another.
Couples Therapy: Our therapists are trained in both Psychodynamic and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), an approach shown to be effective with couples to create and restore an emotional bond. Learn more here.
Retreats: A way to experience profound breakthroughs, connect with others who are on a similar path of self-growth, and see your own value away from the stressors of everyday life. Learn more here.
“Dr. Narayan has really transformed my parenting style to help me achieve a happy and healthy household, while never losing sight of my core values and beliefs. There is definitely less yelling in our house- which is a big accomplishment.” –OK
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