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Our organization has been helping families since 2013. Our team of specialists has over 30 years of experience working with at-risk children and more than 10 years working in the home with parents. You'll learn that parenting a child doesn't have to be overwhelming.
You'll receive our free Parent Training video and then choose one of the options for us to walk alongside you as you build your bridge from where you are to where you want to be.
Books by Dr. Michelle Alden
Parenting Emotionally Distressed Kids
Are you at a loss for how to deal with everything from tantrums to managing that snarky back chat, or simply just don’t want to feel like you're failing as a parent? Do you worry about doing things right, or finding the right help for your child? Are you tired of the daily battles, fighting, and chaos in your home? If you are facing challenges as a parent, you are not alone. We know things can get better and we want you to experience that too as you reclaim your home, find more peace, and build a structure that lasts.
SOUTHERN BLEND is a new kind of romance about two broken hearts struggling to bring their life, families and dreams together. Rachel Allan was perfectly content with her life. She was a hard working, single mom who was healing from her divorce and raising her three daughters when she met the man who would change her small country-girl-world forever. Troy Keyton is America's number one country star and also raising three daughters by himself after the death of his wife/business manager. Rachel and Troy are introduced by mutual friends and drawn together through the healing work Rachel does in the lives of children and families.
From the Inside Out
Troy and Rachel are exceptional parents with compassion and dedication as they start an unusual journey to adopt Ricky and Ben, two boys from foster care. They come to the family fully equipped with their own survival skills, fears and issues from their pasts. From fighting at school to full blown destructive tantrums, Ben keeps everyone at a distance, especially Rachel who longs to give him a place of safety in her home. Ricky is cute and energetic, often clingy and tries hard to make sure his new family will think he is good enough to stay.
Dr. Michelle Alden
I am passionate about helping YOU parent your kids that are hard to raise (and who challenge you and your parenting skills). I have a big heart for kids, especially those who are often overlooked or misunderstood. I know this first-hand, as I was once a hurt child, separated from my siblings and later adopted. I believe that a childs family is key in restoring hope and safety and resolving past hurts and disappointments. I believe it can always get better, and I want you to experience the changes as you learn to build a bridge to better behaviors.
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When we first met to start the program, I am sure you read me and could tell I was not excited to start yet another program for my out-of-control kid. I did in fact believe, "ok, what kind of happy bullshit are we supposed to learn here." You see every other program wanted to focus on my daughter, dig up her past hurts, and overcome the issues with happy thoughts to win her over to behave. So yeah, I was not thrilled at all to be in your office to 'learn how to parent better' via more happy thought programming. READ MORE
I would urge other parents with troubled kids to consider this program. Most other consultants and therapists focus only on the child and not the parents. It is too much and in my opinion unfair to the child to put the focus only on the child and their behavior. Success comes when the family as a whole works together to overcome the trauma of the past. Most parents want to do their best and get the best help for their kids but by not having the right tools they are actually in a downward spiral that too many times only leads to tragedy. READ MORE
If someone told me that my children would accept a no, say "yes, mom" when directed, and sit quietly and calmly for activity, I would've laughed in their face.