Mary Van Everbroeck, Licensed Individual, Marriage
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
310 Davisville Rd., Warminster, PA
We as individuals bring all that we have experienced and learned to our parenting style. We react to what we have experienced as children. We therefore either desire to parent very similar to the ways that we were parented or to do our very best 'not to'. We have the opportunity to learn how to be with young children differently. You have available to you an experienced, educated professional who is looking forward to assisting you to become the 'best parent possible'. My job is to provide the knowledge, through which you can become 'better aware' of how you currently interact with young children, and the skills needed to become a more loving, patient, supportive and empowering parent.
Eugene Devers, D.Min, ACSW, AAMFT, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker & Marriage &Family Therapist
Grant Ave & Krewstown Road, Philadelphia, PA
Children are exhilarating and exhausting and we each write our own parenting manual following our trials and errors. Whatever the problem with your child- medical, developmental, learning, or behavioral - it shapes and affects your entire family. I work with families to help each member increase their mindfulness of how their actions influence the behaviors of their child. I also help parents/guardians create new ways of supporting and insuring that the needs of all family members are satisfied. I invite you to visit me at www.PhillyFamilyLifeCounseling.com and to allow me to join you as you write your parenting manual.
Kevin Fleming Ph.D.
Many times, child therapists overdo the family system in their quest to seek effective solutions for emotional, learning or behavioral concerns with young children. And many times doctors overpathologize issues that shouldn’t be medicated necessarily. This leaves parents wondering what is the best route for their child? Introducing brainwave optimization technology. A fast, effective, natural, and less expensive way to allow your child's brain to make the optimizing changes it desires to make---on its own! Without any external force, opinion, medication, diagnostic, etc. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 877-606-6161.
Katey Moody, BSc., MBACP(Accred)
237 Lancaster Avenue, Suite 231, Devon, PA
I specialise in working woth older adolescents. High school teens feel such pressure on them and find the choices they need to make, leave them feeling very overwhelmed and sometimes depressed. I help them find ways of coping that are appropriate for their world. I work with them on developing life skills that will enable them to feel more in control in their world. A relationship with an adult that is not their parent is so beneficial for them. They feel very heard by me and are able to explore any number of issues that they feel unable to with their parents.
Valerie Anne Davis, Mrs
AD Specialst Life Coach Behavior Modification Counselor LLC
Phila Upper Darby Springfield Landsdowne Yeadon, PA
I provide Coaching or Counseling to children who are struggling. I analyze and ask questions to determine their needs by means of assessment. This enables me to determine how to proceed by way of Coaching or Behavior Modification. Sessions are tailor made for the individual client in mind. I can be reached at 267-970-7615. email email@example.com
Jennifer Bullock, M.Ed, M.L.S.P., LPC
Licensed Profesional Counselor
245 South 16th Street, Philadelphia, PA
In our current over-scheduled, over-pressured world, families are confronting problems they have little capacity to do anything about. We can tend to cope by getting stuck in a narrow range of behaviors and responses even if they are not helpful. A child who has learned to have temper tantrums when she is angry, and her parents who have learned to punish or pamper her, are stuck in maladaptive, non-growthful environments—‘a bad play’. It’s like playing the same part in the same play on the same stage day after day. A key component in this play is often our children’s behavioral, emotional and leaning difficulties that are so disruptive or dysfunctional - all we want to do is stop it. As pare....
Walter Matweychuk, Ph.D.
Medical Arts Building, 1601 Walnut Street, Suite 401, Philadelphia, PA
I do not treat young children because for many problems it is best to teach parents skills for effectively responding to their children's emotional and behavioral needs. I teach what is called Parent Effectiveness Training Skills. This involves helping parents reinforce behaviors in children they wish would occur with greater consistency. Train the parent!
Elizabeth Earnshaw, MFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
1500 Walnut Street Suite 700, Philadelphia, PA
Unlike adults, young children have not fully developed their ability to communicate uncomfortable feelings. Often children will act out when they feel angry, worried, or sad. I specialize in helping children with grief and trauma in a safe and understanding environment. Children express their difficult feelings through story telling, playing, and drawing. I work with the parent and the child to develop coping skills that help the child to feel happier and express their emotions in a healthier manner. I was trained to address grief and trauma after Hurricane Katrina with children in New Orleans.
Colleen Fitzpatrick, MSW, LCSW, Counselor
LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER
Does your child struggle with challenges in terms of communication, emotion or behaviors? Are you feeling frustrated with these issues and feel coaching may improve your relationship with your child? I utilize music , art and play therapy to help your child explore feelings and develop new coping skills. I believe in a collaborative approach, where I assist the entire family in building upon strengths.
Shelby Riley, LMFT & Associates (SR&A), LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
223 Byers Road St 7, Chester Springs, PA
Several therapists at SR&A work with young children. Our therapy offices are equipped with play therapy supplies as well as sand tray therapy. We are committed to creating a safe, friendly environment where children and parents feel respected and encouraged. We recognize that all families function differently, and there is no one "right" way for children to behave or adults to parent. We enjoy working with kids in both an individual and family context and find the best change happens when many family members are committed to the therapy process.