Parenting Techniques

Parenting Techniques

It is not uncommon for RCBM clinicians to be faced with overwhelmed parents, many of whom have attempted to implement a variety of parenting techniques but have not found success. These failed attempts can lead to feelings of hopelessness and helplessness for these parents, which often exacerbate the problematic dynamics in the household.

The key elements include consistency and remaining calm, both of which can be difficult during stressful parenting situations. Here at RCBM, our therapists take into consideration the age of the child, the presenting concerns, and the family dynamics in order to tailor-make a treatment plan. Often, therapists will use a combination of techniques to meet their needs. These may include education about special considerations for their child as well as exploration and practicing of parenting techniques. Work with the child alone, the caregivers alone, and the family together are all integral parts of the treatment plan.



Clinicians

Helena Sanchez, LMSW
Amanda Moar Kerbawy, PhD, LLP
Ashley Ceresnie, PhD, LLP
Courtney Elson, PsyD PsyD
Erika Samulak, MA, LLPC MA, LLPC, Research Team Lead
Helene Kroll, LMSW, CAADC
Jillian Fortain, PhD, LLP
Julian Prosser, LLMSW
Kathy Egan, LMSW LMSW
Kathy Pritchard, MA, LPC
Libby Quail, MA, LPC
Lisa Michaux, MSN, PMHCNS-BC MSN, PMHCNS-BC
Marie McMahon, LMSW, ACG LMSW, ACG
Melissa Oleshansky, PhD, LP, RYT PhD, LP, RYT
Nancy Tedder, MA, LPC MA, LLPC
Tracy Weitzman, MA, LLP
Valerie Moniz, PsyD, LMFT
Wendy Saal, MA, LPC
Yvonne Stumpf, MSN, RN, CS, NP MSN, RN, CS, NP