How Professionals are Using Hand in Hand Parenting in Their Practice

Danielle Friedman, Certified Parenting by Connection Instructor
Danielle Friedman, LCSW, Certified Parenting by Connection Instructor

Want to know more about how Hand in Hand Parenting can enhance your clinical practice as a therapist, or your effectiveness as a licensed professional working with parents and/or children in other capacities?

In this podcast, Patty Wipfler introduces you to Maya Coleman, Ph.D, Clinical Psychologist, and other Hand in Hand Instructors who, as licensed professionals, use the tools of Hand in Hand Parenting in their work with parents and children.

Our guests highlight the ways they use the Listening Tools with their clients, and the kinds of results they see. Some of the presenters work with children directly, some teach Listening Tools to the parents they work with, and some use the approach as they counsel parents on parenting and on early childhood issues. You can read more on the Clinical and Therapeutic Benefits of the Hand in Hand Parenting approach here.

If you know you're ready to enroll in our next Professionals Intensive, you can reserve your spot here. Please register early as small-group mentoring sections fill quickly.

 

Guests include:
Maya Coleman, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist
Danielle Hanchett Friedman, LCSW
Beth Ohanneson, M.S., M.F.T.
Robin Setchko, LMFT

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