From problems with your health and financial difficulties to children struggling with behavioral conditions or mental health disorders, parenting issues come from numerous sources. Rappore, a telehealth-based mental health practice headquartered in Manhattan, New York, matchesyou to an expert in parenting therapy. Their licensed clinicians provide psychotherapy to parents in multiple states, including New York, New Jersey, Florida, and Connecticut. They give you the knowledge, guidance, and support to provide the best possible environment for your children.
Parenting can be a source of incomparable joy and happiness, but the challenges you face as a parent can be immense. You must care for your child’s every need and provide them with the knowledge and skills to lead a successful, rewarding life when they grow up. Parenting stressors make this already tough job even more demanding. You might have a preschooler who bites, a first or second grader who is constantly in trouble at school, or a teen with failing grades. You and your child may struggle to live together, causing stress and upsetting other family members, or you may feel unable to cope or that you have failed as a parent. If this is your experience, you may benefit from speaking to one of our skilled therapists who can help better manage your stress.
There are several risk factors that increase your likelihood of having parenting issues. These include:
In addition to these issues, your child may develop problems that have a significant impact on their relationship with you. They may have experienced a traumatic event, become involved with friends who led them astray, or been a victim of abuse themselves. Undiagnosed attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) affects many children and adolescents. They could also have another behavioral disorder, such as conduct disorder or oppositional defiant disorder. Your child may be suffering depression, anxiety, or an eating disorder. They may be contemplating self-harm. These kinds of problems can occur at any age, but they are especially common in adolescence.
If you are having difficulties with parenting, Rappore’s experienced therapists can help. After completing the Rappore Mental Health Fingerprint® questionnaire, you will be matched with a therapist who will teach you how to recognize, process, and manage past and current challenges impacting your relationship with your child.