PARENTS HELPING PARENTS (Sharon Peters)
[ANONYMOUS] Therapist for parents of possibly sick childI will highly recommend Sharon Peters, from Parents Helping Parents. She is a very sensitive, caring person and somehow she always manage to provide the right answer and advice. She has guided me every time I needed to handle difficult times with kids. (Reviewed March 2015)
Anger at Child - Workshop to Address Issueyou are definitely not alone, you are entitled to your feelings and Parents Helping Parents is a great option to a $200/shrink :-) Or maybe look for a cheaper but equally helpful shrink! They exist and work great. I totally share the anxiety of trying to solve a problem (anxiety, anger, etc) creating another one (bankruptcy!!!!!!!!!) LOL! I have 2 boys, one is 9 and the younger one is 2. For many reasons, my older one has a huge role in his little brother's life and I try in many ways to alleviate that because I feel he should not bear too much responsibility, but simply love, fun, and being a good role model. I always think of the story in the movie RAY, 2004. It has always been on my mind ever since the little one arrived. Watch it on Netflix, and just use entertainment as therapy, which works particularly well for anger. Great soundtrack, anyway.
Re: [ANONYMOUS] ISO child/family therapistI would recommend starting with Sharon Peters at Parents Helping Parents (phponline.org). [...] She also runs her own workshops and groups, and does individual counseling. She has a lot of experience and takes a common-sense approach. (June 2013)
Review from 2013 Therapist Reviews SurveySharon Peters runs Parents Helping Parents. She is not a psychiatrist, more of a therapist/family counselor. She is very flexible about the way that families use her services. We see her every few months for a check-in over the past few years, and more recently we have been going more frequently and getting our kids directly involved with the meetings. She is very kind and gentle. I can't comment on how she is with kids alone, but in the meetings we (parents) have had with her we've found a lot of comfort and support. She helps parents shape reasonable expectations about what kind of behavior to expect from a child. She suggests ways to interact with children about problems that are age appropriate. She tells us frequently that parenting today is so much different from just a generation ago, and seems to feel that these changes must be taken into account in parenting today. We like her a lot. Insurance Issues I dont think she takes any insurance.
(no subject)I second the recommendation for Sharon Peters at Parents Helping Parents. She's been a huge help for us!
(no subject)Sharon Peters of Parents Helping Parents. She will offer you those strategies and give you practical support. I have seen her privately and taken her workshops, which are Great. I highly recommend Sharon's work as do many people in the neighborhood.
(no subject)From a few experiences with my own kids and your description, it seems that something happen at camp this time. I took my daughter to Sharon Peters, Parents Helping Parents on President St 718 638 9444and she was great. August 2012
(no subject)Sharon Peters at Parents Helping Parents is a great resource. You will get lots of support and her suggestions make so much sense! http://www.phponline.org/ Sharon offers workshops and you gets lots of one on one help in them. I have also seen her privately. (Recommended October 2010)
(no subject)Sharon Peter's at Parents Helping Parents is a good start. She works with the kid's and the family. I found her to be very helpful at specific intervals while raising a feisty, high maintenance little girl. She is great at focusing directly on the issues and offers lots of strategies and support. Recommended October 2010
(no subject)I highly recommend Sharon Peters of PArents Helping Parents. Her website is www.PHPonline.org Hope this helps! (Recommended April 2010)
Some of the listing features are available only for registered users. Please login to view all listing details!