Parent-Child Relational Problems

Unfortunately, not every parent and child will always have a positive relationship. They may find it hard to get through a day without arguing and bickering with each other. There could be issues with trust and past grievances that could be keeping the relationship from progressing.

For example, parent-child relationship issues are fairly common among adoptive families. Many adopted children struggle with issues like Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) or Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) that can have a toll on the relationships they have with their family members. Some adopted children may act out because they feel guilty for loving people who don’t belong to their biological family.

How Can Turn-About Ranch Help?

Whatever the reasons are behind the negative behavior that is causing a divide in the parent-child relationship, it can be worked through. At Turn-About Ranch, we work with both teens and parents on the important skills, like effective communication, they’ll need to form a positive relationship.

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Turn-About Ranch

280 N 300 E.
Escalante, UT 84726
(800) 842-1165