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Parenting is a complex process and this journey can be stress causing. Thus, requires lots of self- awareness, it is important to understand that having a mental illness doesn't mean you are a bad parent and having children with special need doesn't mean bad children. In this scenario, parent therapy and parenting counselling from HopeQure can help.

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What is Parenting Guidance and Counselling?

  • Family cohesiveness is positively correlated with a graduation rate and employment
  • Around 50% children develop health issues after parents' divorce
  • Nearly 2/3rd children are born to mothers below 30 years of age
  • 40% of single fathers cohabit with a partner while only 15% of single mothers cohabit with a partner
  • Psychiatric disorders are not the result of poor parenting

When Do We Need Parenting Guidance and Counselling?

  • Unwillingness to adjust and take responsibilities
  • Handling children with special needs (children with LD, autism, ADHD, other developmental or conduct disorder)
  • Co-parenting with an individual with different values or opposite thoughts
  • Stepparent or single parent due to separation or divorce, death of a parent

What Are the Signs to Start Parenting Guidance and Counselling?

  • Blaming
  • Arguments and violence
  • Lying
  • Passive-aggressive behaviour
  • Running from responsibilities
  • Temper tantrums
  • Withholding communication
  • Beating the child

What Are the Therapies Used in Parenting Counselling?

  • Co-parenting therapy or parenting counselling can help improve parenting experience and the parent-child bond
  • Cognitive Behaviour therapy to provide rationality, clarity and alter your own unhealthy behaviour as a parent
  • Psycho-education to understand the underlying cause of faulty behaviour and to know the needs of special children
  • Change in lifestyle and healthy coping strategies like yoga, journaling mediation

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What are the lesser-known problems that could lead to issues with parenting?

Certain issues are not general, but they can impact your ability to successfully raise your child. This includes:

  • The loss of the job.
  • Someone you love has an ongoing or chronic health problem, such as an illness, a disability, or an injury.
  • A child's adoption, in particular one of an adult foster child.
  • A diagnosis of mental illness.
  • Addiction.

When faced with stress, it's common to resort to a myriad of unhealthy coping strategies that can only make the situation worse. Further, it can be difficult to tell whether things are about to become out of control or if you're already in the middle of a crisis.

In such a situation, the best thing to do is seek out parenting therapy or co-parenting therapy for your spouse and your child, if there is a major shift within your family. Why? It's because unplanned events that are "out of your control" can alter and/or disrupt the family structure, which can lead to anxiety, and/or behavioral issues. If this is the case, you might need to seek out a professional counselor or parenting counselling therapist to help you deal with the uncontrollable anger, depression, chronic anxiety, worry, and anger.

Additionally, signs like excessive crying, constant anxiety, mood swings, manic episodes, or depression are all reasons to be concerned. You might also want to seek out co parenting therapy when you or your child has suffered trauma or lost an individual friend, a loved pet, a home, or even a home.

What Happens During a Parenting Counseling Session?

In the parenting counseling session, both you and the counselor determine certain goals that you are required to complete. These goals are based on the specific circumstances you face. But a common goal for parents is to be competent in addressing and resolving "adult problems" in a safe manner, so that their children don't get affected by these issues. Be aware that in order to enhance your ability to efficiently "deal" with stressors, stress, and difficult situations, it is essential to admit that there is an issue. It is essential not to ignore this phase. It is true that getting co-parenting therapy requires determination. It will also put you one step closer to finding a practical solution to your problem.

In the first parenting therapy session, your counselor can spend the time "getting to know you" and "breaking the ice." In the next session, your counselor will ask you to explain why you've decided to seek counseling. After that, the two of you will discuss your goals to see what happens in parenting counseling. They will also help you set achievable goals to help you achieve the desired results.

The sessions that follow will focus on reaching your goals, improving communication, and improving your skills in resolving conflicts. Sessions could be just for you or for all members of the family. Additionally, your counselor might prefer to have you see them alone for a few sessions and your whole family during some sessions. You will also be giving your parents tasks to complete and sharing your experiences in sessions.

What Techniques Are Normally Used During Parenting Counseling?

Counselors who work with parents employ various techniques in co-parenting therapy sessions, but the methods you use will depend on the situation. For example, if your condition is one of depression and anxiety, your counselor might employ "talk therapy," reframing roles, roleplay, and/or communication activities to assist you in managing these disorders.

However, situations like postpartum depression could require completely different approaches. In this situation, counseling with a counselor can be beneficial. Individual parenting therapy and/or group therapy can help. When Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is apparent, it is possible for a counselor to employ a structured session that includes "talk therapy," a cognitive- behavior-therapy approach, and other methods to help you deal with the trauma and flashbacks.

In the end, the kind of parenting counseling methods used will depend on what works best for you and your family. The good thing is that most parenting counselors possess a wide range of tools, which means you have the tools needed to become a good parent. However, if you require more in-depth assistance, the counselor for your parenting may suggest the services of a family therapist or psychologist.

For postpartum depression or PTSD Parents counselors could recommend you to a clinical or family psychiatrist who will prescribe psychotropic medication to alleviate your symptoms. These aren't cures, but the aim of these drugs is to help you stabilize yourself, to ensure that you get the maximum you can from the sessions.

Frequently Asked Questions

It is important for parents to take parental counselling so that they can deal effectively with their stress and anxiety. According to psychologists, parents who become distant and unable to interact effectively with one another send conflicting messages to their already troubled children.

Parenting therapy aims to help parents to navigate parenting situations. It also helps them to recognize and manage the personal issues which might affect their child.

Co-parenting therapy helps the parents to deal effectively with their conflicts which might affect their child. Therapist teaches the parents not to bring their past conflicts and focus on their parenting.

  • Co-parenting with a lot of tension. The least desirable type of co-parenting, high conflict co-parenting is typically quite emotional. When communication occur through lawyers or other family members.
  • Co-parenting in parallel. Most (ex-)couples who are able to tolerate each other but may not especially like each other use it.
  • Co-parenting that is cooperative and collaborative. This co-parenting approach entails very little conflict, respect for one another, open and honest communication, cooperation, and the discussion and sharing of parenting decisions.

The most important teaching that happens in parental counselling is understanding the developmental stages of the child and the emotional, physical and social needs and wants of the child.

The leading best online therapy platform is HopeQure, providing Online therapy at affordable prices and has a team of some of the best Clinical and Counselling Psychologists.

Yes, family therapy is quite effective not only in developing better understanding within family members but also can be a crucial tool for any individual to get better emotional support and understanding from their family.

Yes, we can teach good manners to children through counselling as therapy focuses on working on negative emotions so the child will naturally start behaving well as thoughts and emotions induce a behaviour.

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