A child's success in therapy is optimized when the parents and family are actively involved in the process. Therefore, Beth encourages parents to participate in/observe therapy sessions as much as possible.
Home-based care is highly effective, individualized, and convenient. However, without needing to leave the home, parents can sometimes feel isolated from other parents/families who also have their children in therapy. Over the past several years, Beth has created innovative platforms for parental support.
Recently, Beth has founded a new non-profit organization called C.I.T.Y. of Support: Children In Therapy and You where she will be able to facilitate more ambitious projects and create an even greater impact. As Board Chair, she is continuing her mission of creating a dynamic community, both online and in person, that supports all families navigating the needs of their child in therapy, regardless of diagnosis. To become a (free) member of this local, supportive community, visit: www.cityofsupport.org.
Occasional Saturday Playgroups are also scheduled based on the library's availability with working parents in mind
For meet-ups in other regions, please visit: https://cityofsupport.org/c-i-t-y-of-community.