Every parent is an expert when it comes raising his or her own child/children.
However it happens sometime that as a parent you are faced with challenges of parenting that are unusual or need a different strategy to work with your child.
These problems could be related to academic issues, social functioning, emotional conflicts or behavioral issues. Rubina uses Adlerian play therapy and Adlerian family therapy that pays a lot of emphasis on parent’s role in a child’s life. Parents are the primary source in a child’s life that can bring about desired change. Parent’s guidance goes hand in hand with a child’s therapy.
Rubina also conducts parent education programs through various workshops and training programs. Some of her current programs are on raising third culture kids, coping with transition and change and raising bilingual children. She can develop programs for organizations or group of parents on positive parenting, raising a child on autism spectrum disorder and importance of play in early childhood years. You can email her to find out more about her current and upcoming training programs.