Denver Parenting Coach
A Love Like No Other
Before I had children, I once had a wise, elder therapist (my professor at the time) say to me, “Having a child is like having your heart live outside of you.” I sort of nodded and smiled, but I really had no idea what he was talking about. The first moment I saw my son, I got it.
I felt an entirely new kind of love — the indescribably fierce, protective, overwhelming love for the small, vulnerable little person that was entirely dependent on us for his life. His happiness, his well-being, his needs simply eclipsed any other priority. Want to learn more about our online parenting coach or step parent coaching classes? Schedule a free consultation today.
The Most Important Thing in the World
And so it is with you. Your kid, or kids, are the most important things in your whole life. Nothing else really matters except for their well-being. And there is nothing, absolutely nothing, as distressing — even enraging — than trying to co-parent with someone who you believe is going about the business of parenting in a way that is anything but optimal.
Furthermore, many parents arrive at a point where the needs of their child overwhelm their ability to cope. They genuinely don't know how to manage behaviors, deal with sibling rivalry, instill self-discipline, teach healthy communication, and create happy healthy relationships in your home. That's okay — kids don't come with a training manual.
Family therapy or online parent coach classes can give you the skills and strategies you need to create peace in your home.
(And if you or your child are experiencing abuse, neglect or violence please contact this organization immediately: www.childhelp.org. )
Stop Power Struggles
When couples run into trouble around parenting, they are usually in power struggles with each other around “how things should be done.” Because how to care for your children is such an emotionally charged situation, fights around this issue can become quite intense.
Unresolved differences and repeated conflict can begin a negative cycle of interaction between parents. Trust in each other is eroded, and a toxic dance can start where partners become disconnected with each other and more connected with the children. This isn’t good for anybody.
Create Communication and Agreement
You two must work as a team to become the “authority unit” that your kids need you to be. We work with lots of couples on this issue, particularly new parents who are still trying to figure out their new roles and how to maintain their relationship while prioritizing the needs of the kids.
Our approach is to help you both sort out where each other is coming from, and then create a set of new agreements that become the “constitution” for how parenting is done in your family. Along the way, you can reconnect with each other and heal the emotional bond that fights about kids and parenting may have disrupted.
Dr. Bobby is the host of the Love, Happiness and Success Podcast.
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You provided us such a safe place to be honest with ourselves and with each other our fear of being vulnerable and weak were transformed into a feeling of opportunity to be heard. My husband and I are better friends, parents, lovers and companions than we have ever been.
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Let Us Help You Create a Happy, Peaceful Family
We can help you stop fighting over how to parent, and start working as a team. We can help you create a parenting plan that you both feel good about, and which supports the needs of your children. With an expert parenting coach on your side, you can improve your communication — both between each other and with your kids — and create the happy, peaceful family that you want.
Meet a Few of Our Relationship Experts
The marriage counselor, couples therapists and premarital counselors of Growing Self have specialized training and years of experience in helping couples reconnect. We use only evidence based strategies that have been proven by research to help you restore your strong bond, and love your relationship again.
Roseann Pascale is a marriage counselor, therapist, and life coach with years of experience in helping couples communicate more effectively, find new solutions to old problems, repair their strong bond, rebuild trust after affairs, successfully blend families, improve their sexual intimacy, and parent joyfully together.
Roseann is a former student of the legendary family therapist Salvador Minuchin, and has a strong foundation in systemic, evidence based approaches to couples and family therapy that emphasize helping you both make positive changes to your life mindfully, and create an intentional relationship that honors your deepest needs.
Roseann is licensed as a marriage and family therapist in New York and Florida, and is available for online marriage counseling and relationship coaching.
M.S., LAMFT, MFTC
Kensington is a relationship counselor and coach, she provides relationship counseling, relationship coaching, marriage counseling, and also pre-marital counseling. She provides clients with a safe, supportive, non-judgmental environment where they can feel understood, gain insight, and create lasting change in the most meaningful parts of their lives.
Meagan Terry is a relationship specialist. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over nine years of experience in helping couples reconnect, and enjoy each other again. She uses effective, evidence based forms of marriage counseling including Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy and The Gottman Method. In addition to working one-on-one with couples, she teaches our Lifetime of Love premarital and relationship class.
Silas is an engaging, friendly and relatable couples counselor, therapist and life coach. He utilizes the evidence-based Gottman Method of marriage counseling with is couples, which emphasizes healthy communication skills training, restoring the strong foundation of commitment and friendship at the core of your marriage, and how to show each other love and respect in the ways that are most important to each of you.
Silas is available to meet with you in person for marriage counseling in Broomfield, Colorado. He also provides online marriage counseling and online relationship coaching to clients across the US and internationally.
M.A., N.C.C., LMFT-C
Anastacia's authentic, caring approach to marriage counseling and relationship coaching helps couples find each other's "noble intentions," and re-commit to showing each other love and respect. She can help you heal old hurts, improve your communication, restore trust, and work together as a team.
M. S., ASORC
Dori is a kind, empathetic couples counselor, individual therapist, and life coach who specializes in sex therapy, and helping couples create healthy emotional and sexual intimacy. Her friendly style makes it safe to talk about anything, and her solution-focused approach helps you move past the past, and into a bright new future of intimacy and connection.
Georgi is an incredibly kind, compassionate marriage counselor and premarital counselor who has a knack for bringing out the best in both of you. Georgi practices evidence-based Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, which helps you restore your empathy for each other, see each other's noble intentions, and helps you create a strong, secure attachment bond of love and appreciation. Her approach focuses on helping you repair your emotional connection first, which then makes it easier solving problems and make behavioral changes.
Georgi's services are exclusively available to residents of Arkansas. She can meet with you in person for marriage counseling in Bentonville, AR or she can meet with you for couples therapy online if you live in Arkansas.
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