Helping Adoptive Parents Guide Their Children Through Trauma & Into Positive Safe Relationships

It’s a paradox: traditional parenting logic fails with trauma-affected adoptive children. If you feel lost in the maze of parenting decisions or struggling with your adopted child’s challenging behaviors, then we can help. Discover hope and reignite your initial gratitude for this journey.

Counseling

You don’t have to go alone! Take the next step and work with a licensed counselor, specializing in child trauma and giving families the tools they need to heal and succeed. We offer childhood trauma therapy services. We incorporate a score card methodology for measuring client progress. Virtual sessions are designed to meet your family’s needs and provide you the emotional and mental tools you need to create a path forward beyond child trauma.

Lakeside Trauma Approach

Scotty Aemis is a member of the Board of Directors for Lakeside. Lakeside provides strategies, interventions, and practices that reflect the latest neurological research for coping and recovery. His lived experience, research, and passion to support other parents makes him a great addition to their board.

Positive Safe Relationships

After extensive research and application, we’ve developed the Positive Safe Relationships (PSR) approach for parents to support their child while helping them cope and heal. The PSR approach provides an uplifting approach to navigating childhood trauma that provides real results for families. We incorporate a score card methodology for measuring client progress which are the foundation of PSR.

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Feeling lost in parenting your adopted child?

Feeling lost in parenting your adopted child? Where Do We Go From Here? transforms despair into hope, guiding families through the maze of challenging behaviors at home and school. It reveals the paradox of adoption: traditional logic and harder efforts don’t heal trauma. Instead, it’s about creating a nurturing environment for healing. Learn to understand and navigate your child’s needs, moving beyond conventional methods. Embrace a path of resilience and purpose, ensuring every child lives a significant life as God intended.

Meet Scotty Aemis

Scotty Aemis and his wife, parents to two adopted children, navigated a complex path of counseling, IDP meetings, and specialist appointments. Driven by a deep understanding of child trauma, Scotty transformed personal research into guiding others. He’s committed to helping parents comprehend and aid their children’s journey through childhood trauma.

“Having endured the pain, doubt, and hopelessness you may be facing, I’m a testament to hope. Our story uncovers the mysteries behind challenging behaviors and leads to healing from our children’s childhood trauma.” Our mission is to offer a blueprint for overcoming childhood trauma, guiding fellow parents to nurture happy, healthy children who follow Christ’s teachings. If our story resonates with you, let’s connect. Together, we can overcome childhood trauma, enabling every child to fulfill their God-given purpose.

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“Scott has helped our family out so much! He has helped us understand our children better and how to help meet them where they’re at.”
Susan M.

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