4-Week Parent Child Coaching Intensive

Conflict is normal in every parent child relationship, but being in a constant battle doesn't have to be. Short-Term Intensive Coaching-Based treatment can have a big impact. I compress a large portion of effective interventions into a four-week period of time. Interventions are highly specialized and integrate holistic and evidence-based modalities. 

For nearly a decade, I've been supporting positive parent-child relationships and addressing behavioral challenges with integrative solution-focused therapy and coaching. I'm passionate about treating children (ages 6+) that consists of both parent and child involvement (and sometimes teachers).


Emily is one of the most compassionate, professional therapists I have had the pleasure of working with. She is excellent with families and children.
— R.K., LCSW Colleague

What to Expect

Week 1

  • 20 minute Family Meeting: Family Interview / Orientation 
  • 60 minute Parent individual: Interview / Assessment / Biopsychosocial History
  • 60 minute Child individual: Interview / begin treatment / coaching & skills training
  • Two 15-minute Coaching phone calls offered in between sessions

Week 2 & 3

  • 60 minute Parent individual: Review / Coaching / Skills Training
  • 60 minute Child individual: Review / Coaching / Treatment / Skills Training
  • 20 minute Family Meeting: Review / Provide treatment interventions as needed / Set family goals
  • Two 15-minute Coaching phone calls offered in between sessions

Week 4

  • 60 minute Parent individual:  Review all skills and coaching techniques / Problem solve any unresolved problem areas / Final skills training / Set sustainable family goals / Review continuing care plan 
  • 60 minute Child individual: Review all skills and progress / Process termination and problem solve any unresolved problem areas / Final skills training / Review continuing care plan
  • 30 minute Family Meeting: Process termination and progress / Review what was learned and progress / Review sustainable family goals / Process any continuing care plan. 

My child experienced issues due to a difficult divorce. Our work with Emily has greatly helped my child become better able to express her feelings and needs so that she feels safe, happy and loved. I am grateful for Emily’s patient and calm manner and ability to focus sharply on the needs of my child.
— MOTHER OF 10 YEAR OLD CLIENT

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Helpful for children who are struggling with:

  • Adjusting:  Trouble adjusting to a recent life transition
  • Isolating / Withdrawing: Show a lack of motivation, refusal to engage in activities and / or isolate
  • Arguing: Are oppositional or defiant or "talk back" often 
  • Low-Self Esteem: Demonstrate low-self esteem, indescision, don't feel as capable
  • Hyperactivity: Have attentional issues, trouble listening and seem not hear instructions
  • Behavior In Classroom: Experience mild to moderate behavioral issues in the classroom (physical violence excluded)

 NOT recommended for children who:

  • Have a serious underlying mental health diagnosis
  • Who appear to be detached from reality / auditory or visual hallucinations
  • Have a history of being hospitalized psychiatrically
  • Have experienced abuse, domestic violence, neglect or trauma
  • Have developmental disabilities
  • Display high-risk behaviors such as running away or who self-harm
  • Have substance abuse issues 
  • Have or are currently threatening suicide or have suicidal thoughts 
  • Have physically harmed others or lashed out physically

*In these cases, consistent therapy is highly recommended for a more prolonged period of time. I'd be happy to provide referrals!


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