Parenting today’s kids brings a wide range of problems our parents never had to deal with.  And while some things never change, the way we deal with them certainly has. It can be incredibly hard to be a “good parent” these days.  It can be hard to even define what that means! 

We all want our children to grow up and be successful, independent, and happy.   

And we do the best we can…  but is that enough?

How do deal with things like:

  • Co-parenting and raising them in blended or “modern” families… 
  • Keeping our kids safe in a virtual world… 
  • Helping children through separation and divorce 
  • Having those “awkward” conversations we don’t think they’re ready for (or that we may not be ready for!), when we know they can just “Google it…” 
  • Knowing when your children may need mental health professional assistance 
  • Providing structure and discipline without crushing their spirit and independence, especially when parents are not on the same page… 
  • Helping them have strong morals and character in a world that seems crazier every day… 

Not to mention all the issues that parents have ALWAYS had to deal with, like how to get them to clean their rooms, stay on top of their homework, get along with siblings, and navigate relationships, all the while teaching them how to deal with challenges, adversity, and the problems they face when you’re not around. 

There is an unlimited supply of information available for parents today.  Everybody has an idea, or a method, or a process.   

But how does all that work in your situation? 

Sometimes, you just need someone to talk to. 

You need a safe space where you can hear from other parents who are facing the same challenges and know you’re not alone. 

But you also need someone you can rely on.  Someone who’s an expert and is trained to help you sort through the fog of information and answer YOUR questions. 

That’s why we’re starting our Parenting Support Group.   

Family isn’t just a type of law we practice.  It’s one of our core values.   

We want to help you be the best parent you can be, no matter what circumstances you’re in.   

So we’ve partnered with local family therapist, Meagan Louis.  Each month, she’ll be leading the group of participants through parenting and co-parenting topics, along with open discussion, sharing, and question and answer to address the challenges, frustrations, and joys of parenthood.

We’re taking care of the cost so there will be no expense to you.  However, to ensure everyone can share and interact, each session has a maximum of 10 participants.  The topic will change each month, and participants will need to register for each session separately.   

If you would like to attend, the details are below.  Make sure you sign up for our email list so that you get the announcements of the monthly topics and the opportunity to register. 

  • Monthly parenting and co-parenting topics led by licensed clinicians
  • Two sessions a month for an hour each
  • Each session will have a maximum of 10 participants
  • A new reservation will be required for each session
  • First step is filling out the form below which will add you to the group’s distribution list
  • Once the sessions are opened up a follow up email will go to the distribution list with further instructions and with reservation details
  • Sessions are reserved on a first come, first serve basis
  • All sessions are free with no obligations

If you know someone that could use the support, feel free to share this with them.

Fill out the form below to be added to the support group distribution list and to receive further communication regarding the program.


Therapist Bio

Meagan Louis, Licensed Mental Health Counselor – “Meagan Louis is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who’s passion for helping people, insightfulness and adept listening skills led her to the field of Mental Health with the aim of guiding others in their journey to healthy and fulfilling lives and relationships. Between her background as an educator and practice as a counselor she has a combined ten years of experience working with children and adolescents, as well as working with adults via individual, couples, family and group counseling. Meagan emphasizes holistic (Mind, Body and Spirit) treatment, implementing a Person-Centered Therapy and Choice Theory framework as well as various evidence based techniques, tailored to the needs of her clients. Her professional focus is on mood disorders and relational difficulties, as well as behavioral disorders in children and adolescents.

Meagan earned her Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Trinity International University and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Florida International University, and is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. She is fluent in English and Portuguese and proficient in Spanish, and therefore able to provide services in the three languages.

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