parent-led

Parental counseling focuses on strengthening and increasing knowledge and skills in finding solutions to parenting situations

Collaboration between the therapist and the parent(s)/caregiver(s) in the form of parent talks, including psychoeducation, are part of the therapeutic process with the child. There is also the possibility of receiving parental counseling in addition to therapy with the child.

Parent counseling starts from the need and demand of the parent(s)/caregiver(s), with the child in therapy being the trigger for the conversations.

The family and broader context are part of counseling. Parental counseling focuses on strengthening and increasing knowledge and skills in finding solutions to parenting situations.

Noura specializes in cross-cultural parental counseling where the therapist ensures a trauma-informed approach. In doing so, the therapist is experienced in working with interpreters and cultural mediators.