Parenting is hard work, period. It can be even more difficult for adoptive families, where confusion and concern often come with the unique joys and challenges of raising an adopted child.
I specialize in working with parents, families and children ages 4-18 – especially in adoptive families.
Are you concerned about your child’s “problem” behaviors? Are you not sure if they’re typical or somehow related to the unique challenges faced by an adopted child?
If you’re seeing the following in your child, therapy might help:
- Increasing anger
- Shutting down when upset
- Lashing out at others
- Sudden changes in mood, behavior, grades, friends, interests, staying in their room, etc.
I can help you understand and connect with your child. Together we can collaborate on responding to your child more effectively and figure out ways to decrease any doubts, fears or worries that either of you might have.
Contact me for a free phone consultation to get started.
Korean-American Adoptee & Adoptive Family Network
Once They Hear My Name: Korean Adoptees and Their Journeys Toward Identity [Paperback] by Ellen Lee, Marilyn Lammert, and Mary Anne Hess
Therapy and counseling for adoptive families, adoptees, adopted children in Edina 55435 55439 55436 55424; Bloomington 55438 55437 55431 55420; Eden Prairie 55344 55347; Richfield 55423; Minneapolis 55410 55419 55417; St. Louis Park 55426 55416 and the Twin Cities, Minnesota