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Caregivers who are struggling to manage their child's big emotions and/or challenging behaviors may find this group useful. It is also a good fit for any caregiver looking to learn effective tools for behavior and emotion management.

This group will follow concepts from the book "How to Talk so Little Kids will Listen" by Joanna Faber and Julie King. These concepts are aimed at helping parents meet their children's emotional needs, while also supporting cooperation and age-appropriate autonomy.

Parents/caregivers will meet weekly to learn parenting tools, share successes and challenges, problem-solve together, and support each other. 


  • Spring cohort begins March 28

  • Tuesdays 5:30-6:30pm

  • We accept referrals at any time; if group is currently closed, referrals may join the interest list

  • Location**: The Willow Collective at 375 Horsetooth Rd. Building 6, Suite 201

  • Funding: Medicaid, Anthem/BCBS, Aetna are accepted (subject to co-pay/co-insurance)

  • Private pay is $50/session

  • Facilitators: Mary Beth Swanson, Ayla Woodward

  • Parents will receive a book and handouts to use during group keep as resources. 

  • This group is targeted for parents of young children (ages 2-6).

*Note that this group has replaced our previous workshop, "Parenting the Intense Child." We believe that this group will be more supportive to parents struggling with behavioral concerns. 

**Rooted Parenting is a hybrid model (online or in-person, depending on the week)

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