Esperanza’s interests are in helping those who come from difficult backgrounds to establish healthier patterns in their relationships and to be happier in their families. She enjoys helping parents of young children to develop confidence in their parenting, and to experience more success in establishing the type of family that they would like to have. This may include helping separated or divorced parents to co-parent successfully; grandparents who are raising their own grandchildren to manage the unique demands of their situation; or parents who struggle with mental illness to navigate the challenges of fulfilling family responsibilities, while also managing their own symptoms. Esperanza also enjoys working with individuals to improve the quality of their relationships with “toxic” or overbearing family members, and to establish more appropriate boundaries.
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