Next 4-Week Course Starts Monday Nights Via Zoom, November 9, 16, 23, 30
Parent Coaching helps you become the best parent you can be. Learn tools and strategies to help you communicate with calm, discipline with love, set realistic expectations, end the cycle of nagging, yelling, and fighting, build a warm, loving, mutually respectful relationship with your child.
Individual coaching can be done by phone, by Zoom or in person.
Greater Orange County CHADD Chapter #455 offers four different FREE monthly meetings for anyone wanting to learn more about AD/HD and/or network with others for support. We hold a General Meeting, Adult Meeting, Spanish Support Meeting & Moderated Parent Support Meeting. Best of all, the meetings are FREE; we are self-supporting through donations, contributions and membership. You do not have to be a member of CHADD to attend.
Dedicated to partnering with organizations, agencies, communities and systems to provide training, coaching, consultation and support to staff serving children, youth and adults who struggle as a result of trauma, developmental differences, or mental health challenges.
As someone who has ADHD himself— and has experience working with ADHD and Asperger’s Syndrome—Rodney Ziebol truly understands how the challenges these conditions bring can really get in the way.
Dr. Stuart Ablon, Director of the Think:Kids program in the Department of Psychiatry at MGH, describes the general tenets of a model of care called Collaborative Problem Solving.
Specialist in Asperger’s, Anxiety, Depression and Parenting difficulties. Michael sees individuals and families at his Newport Beach and Tustin offices. He primarily uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Collaborative Problem Solving and self-worth development techniques.
Debra is a Pediatric & Family Psychotherapist with continued education at Harvard Medical School in Child Psychotherapy, Mind Body Medicine, Addiction, School Mental Health. Family therapy addresses the fundamental needs that strength the family unit when Child & Adolescent concerns arise.