The Layne Project provides therapy to individuals, children, co-parents, and families.
Changes for children can be difficult. Despite the best efforts of their parents, children often take responsibility for the “break-up” of the family and can find themselves caught in a tug of war between their parents. In an attempt to manage the world around them, children far too frequently develop maladaptive coping skills. Having two homes does not always have to be a negative. Through our therapy services, The Layne Project strives to help children more effectively cope with the stress that comes from having two homes and being victim to parental conflict.
The Layne Project believes that generally all parents want what is best for their children. Unfortunately, far too often the scars, disappointment, frustration, sadness, fear and loss left over from the parents’ “break-up” often leave a parents blinded from clearly seeing the part they play in the parental conflict and consequential stress caused to their children. The Layne Project therapists focus on helping parents accept responsibility for their contributions to conflict, make necessary changes and accept that which is not within their control. The Layne Project strives to give parents the knowledge and tools necessary to help their children successfully maneuver through the changes in their family system.