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  • Parent Support Groups and Education

    “I don’t want to parent the way I was parented!  But I’m not sure how to do it better.”

    We hear this from many of the parents we support either in therapy or with parent education.  All of us have been children and many of us know exactly what we don’t want to pass along to our own children. 

    We know that parents have a big job, and it’s one that doesn’t come with any training.  Here at UpliftME we also offer parent support groups and educational opportunities.

    We have a support group starting soon!

    • Adoptive Parents Support Group


    Why You Should Attend

    Adoption brings so much joy, as a new family is created! But there can be so many questions….concerns….worries…. and fears.                       

    Our adoptive parent support group has been created to help support and encourage adoptive families no matter where they are in their adoption.                                                                               

    Who Should Attend              

    UpliftME Attachment-Based Therapy is offering this unique support group for adoptive parents and families.  

    This includes those who are considering adoption or working towards adoption.


    More Information:

    Our support group will be hosted and facilitated by Beth Carter, LPCC.  Beth is a therapist at UpliftME and she is also an adopted individual herself.

    She has conducted graduate level research regarding how adoption can impact the teenage brain and will be a presenter this year at the Heritage Camp for domestic adoption in Estes Park.

    Where: 6901 S. Pierce St. Littleton, CO 80128

    Cost: $20 per group

    Details: Groups will be offered for 8 weeks on Thursdays from May 4th to June 15th.  Participants are welcome to join when able and enrollment will be open throughout the 8 weeks.

    Call or Email Today to Register!


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    •  Understand your child’s behavior through their attachment needs
    • Help your child develop a sense of security and confidence
    • Address undesirable behaviors more effectively than using punishments and rewards