Support for the foster child and the foster parent
A partnership between case-management, DHS, foster care licensing, foster parents, foster youth and services of hope; with the intention of creating successful environments and outcomes for foster parents and foster youth.
When the world is full of distractions and interruptions, it can be hard to block them out and focus and succeed.
This is not something that people outgrow, it is something that can be managed through behavioral interventions (CBT).
People with ADD/ADHD are not lazy, they do care about other people, it is not immaturity or stress and it is not caused by poor parenting.
The brains of people with ADD/ADHD work differently.
Learn to control emotions that lead to bullying through DBT skills
Create a tool box of skills to help your child regulate emotions, tolerate distress and have effective relationships.
Mindfulness; being in the current moment
Distress Tolerance; managing frustrations and excepting when things are out of our control
Emotional regulation; healthy emotional expression and impulse control
Interpersonal Effectiveness; How to get your needs met in relationships
Muskegon Office: 1061 South Getty St. Muskegon, MI 49442