Parenting raises so many emotions – some wonderful and some ugly. How do we constructively deal with those emotions? Join Rob Fisher for some reflection on where these emotions come from and how to respond to the emotions of our children using a practical process called “emotion coaching.”

Rob Fisher, MS 

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Biography

Rob Fisher is a licensed marriage and family therapist, and Los Al Team Leader, who specializes in building healthy relationships and reviving those in need of repair. He received his Masters of Science degree from Fuller Seminary School of Psychology and enjoys working with couples, families, individual adults, and teens. His areas of interest include relational challenges, depression, addiction and parenting. He enjoys speaking locally and has recently led seminars on pre-marital preparation, marriage enrichment and parenting. Rob has also been an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Concordia University Irvine, relishing the opportunity to pour into our future leaders and difference makers. He has been trained in relationship enhancement, including PREPARE/ENRICH, FACES, and Emotion-Focused therapy and uses these tools and modalities to bring about hope, healing and growth. As a former youth minister, Rob has firsthand knowledge of ministry life and, thus, seeks to partner with local pastors and churches to meet the ever growing needs of the body at large. He delights in the opportunities to sit with those in ministry and offer encouragement, support, prayer, or resources.

Contact Rob Fisher at http://ciftcounseling.com/staff/robfisher

The Emotional Side of Parenting