"Our goal is to meet all your mental health needs
with individualized treatment and services."
Parenting Program Offered
The Counseling Center's Community Education and Prevention (CEP) department has begun a session of The Parent Project®, a nationally recognized, empirically-supported program for par-ents of strong-willed, out-of-control adolescents. The Parent Project® teaches effective parenting principles and techniques, and also helps families rebuild loving relationships. The outcome of this program has been fewer behavior problems and reduced family conflict.
After two meetings, participants in the current class are already reporting success in trying out new approaches to their kids, as well as reporting a feeling of acceptance and mutual support among the parents in the program.
The Program is currently supported by private donations, along with assistance with class fees from the Wayne County Family And Children First Council. The next 11-week session of the program will start in late August.
Additional information is available from the program facilitator/CEP Director, Jim Foley. Mr. Foley can be reached by calling the Center’s main office at 330-264-9029.
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