Sound Parent, based in Bainbridge Island, Washington, is a parent coaching service, which is known nationally for its effectiveness. It caters to parents who feel hopeless, discouraged, confused, or overwhelmed due their problems with their children. Through parent coaching, a parent is helped to understand her present situation, identify what is working, and set goals and design ways to realize those goals. Offering at least four sessions to make the parent transformation effective, Sound parent is able to provide the necessary help wherein the family can operation with less stress and more peace.
Parent coaching provides an action plan to address present child problems for a better future. Therapy, on the other hand, focuses on what has transpired in the past and how the parent can go through the healing process. Sound Parent ensures confidentiality and abides by the International Association of Coaches’ Code of Ethics.
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Most of the programs listed on this website are not regulated by the federal government, and many are not subject to state licensing or monitoring as mental health or educational facilities, either. A 2007 Report to Congress by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) found cases involving serious abuse and neglect at some of these programs. Many programs advertise on the Internet and through other media, making claims about staff credentials, the level of treatment a participant will receive, program accreditation, education credit transfers, success rates, and endorsements by educational consultants.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation's consumer protection agency, cautions that before you enroll a youngster in a private residential treatment program, check it out: ask questions; ask for proof or support for claims about staff credentials, program accreditation, and endorsements; do a site visit; and get all policies and promises in writing. Click here for questions to ask before you enroll your child in any program.