“Special needs parents are the equivalent of Batman, Captain America, and Incredible Hulk combined with a side of Mary Poppins.”
– Unknown

Couples sessions:

  • Changes in the roles of husband and wife
  • Parenting styles
  • Intimacy issues
  • Family dynamics
  • Social support
  • Coping differences
  • Parent-child relationships
  • Balance and quality of life
  • Stages of development

Single parent sessions:

  • Self-care
  • Parenting Style
  • Finding balance
  • Coping/Support
  • Parent-child relationship
  • Quality of life
  • Stages of development

Home Visits:

  • Special circumstances
  • Observation of family environment/dynamic
  • Family sessions

Modalities based on individual need and preference may include:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to address negative thoughts, beliefs, and resulting behaviors and support the development of healthy coping.
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) focuses on difficulties, challenges, and avoidant coping styles and promotes greater well-being and balance. ACT emphasizes acceptance of painful emotions and helps clarify values and goals.
  • Emotion-Focused Therapy helps foster greater communication patterns, responses, connection, and emotional bonding.
  • Family Systems Theory centers on understanding each individual in the context of the family.
  • Narrative Therapy helps individuals uncover and implement inner resources.
  • Relational Psychotherapy promotes emotional well-being by helping individuals recognize the role relationships have in shaping experiences and aids in the understanding of patterns of thought and behavior.
  • Mindfulness and Relaxation Exercises
  • Art Therapy
  • Lifespan Integration to address emotional pain and dysfunctional behavior that has grown out of trauma.


  • One hour individual session: $150
  • 90-minute couple’s session: $175
  • 90-minute family session: $200
  • Sliding scale based on ability to pay
  • 24-hour cancellation policy
  • Fees are due at time of service

~When parents recognize the importance of living a life not solely focused on their child and work to create balance by seeking support, they can address their needs as well as those of their child. By acknowledging needs as individuals and as a couple, parents can continue in their roles as partners and parents, and single parents can be intentional about caring for themselves in addition to their child.