Research shows that parenting can be the most fulfilling in life and at the same time the greatest source of grief, frustration and despair. Often, parent and child conflicts occur due to parenting styles that clash with the reality of child development. This may, for example, lead to behavioral problems in children or dysfunctional communication.
During the sessions, we explore how these patterns have arisen and how they are maintained. This occurs in a non-judgmental atmosphere. We work with tools to learn to manage a situation in a different way that often leads to positive changes. When parents have the wisdom to begin therapy to resolve parent-child conflicts, they also need to be aware that therapy usually takes some time.