Online Parenting Therapy

Online Therapy for Parenting in Ontario from Registered Psychotherapists | Psychotherapy CollectiveThe roles and expectations of both parents and children shift across families, cultures, and generations. Yet one challenge remains clear, raising a child is hard work. Parents are required to adapt to the different developmental stages of their child in order to understand their capacities and needs. Not only do parents have to find balance between supporting and creating structure for their child, they are also expected to balance their children’s needs with the needs of other family members, as well as their own. Present day expectations of parents leave many feeling overwhelmed by the plethora of information available and guilty for not living up to set ideals.     

Common issues brought forward in therapy for parents include dealing with mental health issues of the child and/or parent, managing parenting differences, navigating family transitions and co parenting responsibilities (such as separation, divorce, remarriage, blended families), understanding developmental capacities and needs from infancy to adolescence, resolving conflict between siblings, and establishing work/family balance. These common issues are often compounded by contextual stressors, including the challenges of parenting in the digital age.

Parenting therapy can provide a supportive space to develop approaches that work for your child(ren) and family. It can be a space for parents and caregivers to explore the expectations they hold for themselves and their children, and to further question whether these ideals limit or serve them. By developing insight into your child’s needs and your own capacities, you can learn to respond to challenges with parenting approaches grounded in authenticity and connection.

 

Find a Therapist for Parenting at Psychotherapy Collective

Finding a therapist for parents can be difficult. At Psychotherapy Collective, our Registered Psychotherapists offer parenting therapy sessions in addition to family therapy sessions depending on your specific needs. View our psychotherapist profiles below and book a free consultation.

Teresa Smith
MSc, RP

Teresa Smith
MSc, RP

My therapeutic approach strives to honour and validate clients’ own wisdom regarding their emotional experiences. I work collaboratively with clients to navigate their path to healing, carefully and mindfully exploring relationships with partners, family, friends, and oneself in order to develop a balanced mental, emotional, and physical state of wellbeing. I work with individuals, couples, and families.

Julia Biamonte
MSc, RP (Qualifying)

Julia Biamonte
MSc, RP (Qualifying)

As a relational therapist I observe the impact relationships and life experiences have in shaping our interactions and external views of the world. I believe therapy is a safe space to be true to who you are, to be honest with your feelings, and to explore your current challenges with the goal of empowering you to reclaim your ideal self. I work with individuals, couples, children and families with an expertise in interpersonal relationships.

Melissa Letourneau
MSc, RP

Melissa Letourneau
MSc, RP

My therapeutic approach is grounded in authenticity, trust, and often humour. I carry a systemic lens, exploring the way culture, community and family shape our experiences and aspirations. I believe people have the wisdom to navigate life’s challenges and as a therapist I strive to help empower clients to facilitate change. I work with individuals, couples, children and families.

Ryta Marie Peschka
RP

Ryta Marie Peschka
RP

My approach to therapy is built on authenticity and transparency. As a therapist, I strive to provide a safe space for clients to recognize and develop their inherent strengths empowering them to heal and grow. I work from a strength-based perspective while motivating and exploring change through a solution focused lens. I work with individuals, couples, and youth.