What is child-parent relationship therapy? Jennifer Miller Bagwell discusses

As a parent, it’s likely that you don’t get to spend as much time with your child as you would like. While you spend most of your days at work, your children are at school. As a professional therapist, Jennifer Miller Bagwell often sees that a disconnect between parent and child can form.  Different parenting styles, such as high expectations and close involvement vs limited expectations and involvement, can have lasting impacts on a child’s development as well as the relationship between the parent and the child.

Through individual and family therapy, a Therapist like Jennifer Miller Bagwell will explore the current dynamics between parent and child.in order to support new improved interactions. Jennifer works with parents to uncover the problems behind the current dynamics and in many cases will send a child to a therapist that specializes in play therapy.

It can draw your attention to behaviors that may become problematic in the future enabling you to take the necessary steps to fix these immediately and help your child develop the skills he or she needs. Relationships can be repaired and improved if you hire the right therapist and cultivate the skills that you could benefit you and your child.

Individual and family therapy are key to understanding your own inner-self as well as the relationship that you want to develop with your child. To speak to Jennifer Miller Bagwell about child-parent relationship therapy, contact her today.