Concurrent Parent and Child Therapy Groups

Psychotherapist, author, expert in social skills training for children for over 25 years, Cathi Cohen provides articles and resources for parents or caretakers.

April 13, 2015

Q & A about In Step's Elementary Age Anxiety Group

I’ve had a lot of questions come up as a result of the article about anxiety that I wrote for the newsletter. It’s obvious this hits […]
June 11, 2014

As Heard In The Waiting Room

Over the years, I have been privy to a lot of stories from the parents of kids in group. Sometimes the information comes by way of […]
November 2, 2012

Why Parent Groups? The Role of Parent Groups in Helping Children Make and Maintain Friends

Parents play a very active role in our Stepping Stones group therapy program.  We commend our parents for their commitment to their children.  In their involved […]
February 10, 2012

Conflict Resolution and Social Skill Development

We often argue with friends and family members when we are angry, frustrated, or upset about something. Do you ever wonder of arguing in front of […]
January 27, 2012

The Benefits of Group Therapy

Group psychotherapy is a unique form of therapy in which a small number of people meet together under the guidance of a professionally trained therapist. During […]
January 20, 2012

Effective Social Skills Groups for Your Child

In such a socially-focused culture, it is essential to find the right social skills training groups for your children. The ideal atmosphere will teach your children […]
January 10, 2012

Helping Children Navigate Divorce

Divorce is never an easy situation for the parties involved – especially for the children. Understanding how to interact with your children and helping them understand […]
January 7, 2012

Concurrent Parent and Child Therapy Groups

In years past researchers have found that parenting self-efficacy is an important potential contributor to the emotional and social developmental of children. PSE is defined as […]
December 30, 2011

Parent Involvement is Critical in Social Skills Development

Social skills training groups vary tremendously in their ability to help children not only learn but also transfer skills from a group to a home and […]