We connect you to supportive services in order to help your family thrive, including parent education and training, parent coaching and therapy. (Note: If you are a professional or if you’re a parent looking to connect team members with educational resources, click here!)
Wondering if our network of professionals would be a good match for your family? Here are some of the most common diagnoses and behavioral concerns of children we work with:
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Reactive Attachment Disorder
Hoarding (food, belongings)
Destruction of property
Social skills deficits
.Let Us Connect You to Professionals Who “Get It”
Project Bond is partnering up with The Central Missouri Foster Care and Adoption Association to deliver six monthly ONLINE workshops to help adoptive/foster families thrive! More info here.
Parent Coaching and Consulting
If you feel like you’ve tried everything to help your child, but nothing seems to work, coaching is can be very beneficial.
GIFT Family Services (Growing Intentional Families Together) supports families through all phases of adoption and offers coaching and consulting for a variety of adoption issues. They advise families, answer questions, develop strategies and facilitate family success through a unique yet powerful coaching approach.
As both adoption coaches and adoptive parents, they understand frustration, pain, and feelings of hopelessness faced by many adoptive and foster families. They’ve experienced sleepless nights and moments of crisis. Their experience and guidance, can give families the strength and hope they need to flourish.
Project Bond offers consulting with your family or team via Skype or FaceTime to provide guidance, support, and get your team on the same page. We can help you learn strategies for effectively managing your child’s unique needs, empower you with information to inform team members and develop a deeper understanding of why your child does what he/she does.
The unique needs of your child may be best met through Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP). DDP is a therapeutic approach which focuses on helping your child explore and understand his past and present in the safety of your company. Read more…
Parenting a child with special needs can be taxing on you and your relationships. Individual and/or couples therapy for parents can help. Learning self-care habits, coping skills for managing stress, and simply having an hour of “me-time” can be beneficial. Read more…
Are you a professional working with adoptive or foster families?
We offer professional development training and workshops for families that we can customize and individualize specifically to your team or families’ needs.