(PRWEB) September 04, 2013
Parents of young adults and adolescents that are experiencing a “Failure to Launch” will soon be receiving help from the Birmingham Maple Clinic, the leading mental health clinic in the Metro-Detroit area. Their new courses in a program called “The Right To Be The Grown-Up: Learning Skills To Effectively Parent Your Difficult Teen” will be essential for helping parents who have lost control of their children’s behavior, and want to help them reach the next stage of adulthood.
The first “Right To Be The Grown Up” course will start in October, and will include 10 hours of training for parents throughout the month of October. Parents will be given personal face-to-face training on how to regain control and rebalance the power in the family, help get their children’s lives back on track, and be reinforced with weekly homework assignments and mottos to remember.
This program was created in partnership with Jerome Price, founder and co-director at the Michigan Family Institute. Metro-Detroit parents can register for the course by calling the BMC at 248-646-6659, or inquiring via the contact form on their homepage.
Lori Edelson, a therapist and director of the Birmingham Maple Clinic added: “These courses, starting with the educational group in October, will be crucial for parents with adolescent or pre-adolescent children who are having issues developing into adulthood. As a clinic who’s always helped Michigan families with parental issues, we recognize this as a rising problem for modern parents, and this clinic will get down to the roots of this problem.”
About Birmingham Maple Clinic:
Birmingham Maple Clinic has been specializing in mental health services in Michigan for over 40 years, providing therapy for individuals, couples, groups, families, and the community. The clinic provides treatment for a variety of common psychological conditions, including child and adult ADHD, anxiety and panic disorders, chronic illness, depression, grief and loss, eating disorders, sexual addiction, substance abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder, and marriage and relationship counseling. For more information or to become a patient, please visit birminghammaple.com.
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