*Support for foster and adoptive families caring for children from hard beginnings*
- Acquire skills specific to therapeutic parenting
- Explore practical applications unique to your particular children
- Learn through different modalities like video clips, role-playing, and one-on-one teaching
- Your first 30 minutes is FREE
- Can be scheduled weekly, or monthly for a ‘tune-up’
- Discounts for purchasing blocks of time
Through parent coaching, you can build on what you’re already doing well as a family.
Sometimes it takes an outside set of eyes and ears to see these strengths amidst the chaos of the day to day struggles that we all have.
Using your own family strengths, you will increase your competence, commitment, and confidence regarding the specific goals you set. You’ll learn more ways to connect with your children and diffuse situations that have caused issues in the past.
Get real answers to questions such as:
“How do I start to make inroads into my child’s behavior?”
“How do I show my child that he/she is safe when they are mad all the time?”
“How do I nurture my child when he/she pushes me away?”
“How do I find support for myself, as I learn to support my child?”
“How do I do this one more day?”
Is God in this with me?
Please explore this site to learn how we can support you and your family.
The journey from orphanhood to experiencing the power and healing of a family is enriched when your child and you have supports you need to travel this path. You are the driving force God uses to lovingly guide your child to undergo a change in status from orphan to son or daughter. We’re here to empower you to do that.
The Connecting Space is also for the child in each of us, the one who longs for a touch from the Father to help us recognize that we, too, are no longer spiritual orphans. Every day we can cry out Abba, Father! And we, also, can embrace our change in spiritual status.
“For you have not received a spirit of bondage again to fear,
but you have received the Spirit of divine adoption as sons,
by whom we cry, “Abba! Father!”