Katie Harrold, MA, LMFT Psychotherapist, Changing Pathways Therapy LLC
Helping individuals, couples, and families to grow, change and heal.
Here are some internet sites, readings, and community service agencies
that you may find of interest. Please use your own judgement if you choose
to pursue any of these resources--what is helpful to one person may not be
a fit for everyone.



Respectful Parents, Respectful Kids, by Sura Hart & Victoria Kindle Hodson
Transforming the Difficult Child, by Howard Glasser & Jennifer Easley (addresses ADHD/ODD)
How to Talk so Kids Will Listen, and Listen so Kids Will Talk, by Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish
When Your Kids Push Your Buttons, by Bonnie Harris
Ideas for parenting School Age kids.pdf
Parenting and Attachment.pdf
Attachment Parenting job description.pdf

Couple Relationship stress and enrichment:

Dance of Connection, by Harriet Lerner
Dance of Intimacy, by Harriet Lerner
Passionate Marriage, by David Schnarch
Tips for Couples.pdf

Transgender Youth & Family:

Transforming Families: Real Stories About Transgendered Loved Ones. (1999) Edited by M. Boenke.
Transgender Child by Stephanie Brill and Rachel Pepper
Trans Youth Family Allies empowers families with tools and resources to help their gender variant child thrive: http://www.imatyfa.org
TransFamily is a support site for trans/gender variant people, parents, partners, children,
family, friends, and supportive others. Online support groups: http://www.transfamily.org

Adult Transgender and Partner Resources:

MN Transgender Health Coalition: http://www.mntranshealth.org (maintains a Trans friendly provider list)
International Foundation for Gender Education: http://www.ifge.org
World Professional Association for Transgender Health, Standards of care: WPATH
Transgender health, aging and partner articles to read/download free: FORGE

Loss and Trauma:

When a Baby Dies, by Nancy Kohner and Alix Henley
SIDS: http://sids-network.org/pil.htm Center for Loss in Multiple Birth: http://www.climb-support.org

For young kids:

When I Feel Angry, When I Feel Sad, (and all of “The Way I Feel” series of Books) by Cornelia Maude Spelman and Nancy Cote
The Feelings Book, The Family Book, It’s OK to be Different: all three by Todd Parr

For Late Teens:

Hello Cruel World, by Kate Bornstein
Girl Culture, by Lauren Greenfield
Being Perfect, by Anna Quindlen

Neonatal death:

When a Baby Dies, by Nancy Kohner and Alix Henley
Institute for Perinatal Loss and Bereavement: http://hygeia.org/wieselfront.htm
SIDS: http://sids-network.org/pil.htm
Center for Loss in Multiple Birth : http://www.climb-support.org
Compassionate Friends: http://www.thecompassionatefriendsmpls.org

Helpful phone numbers:

Crisis Connection: 612-379-6363
Walk-in Counseling Center (Mpls): 612-870-0565 http://www.walkin.org
Hennepin County Child Crisis Services: 612-348-2233

Colleagues' Websites for nearby areas:

Burnsville: Lynn Silva-Breen http://www.inspiringchange.us
Rogers: Heidi Waldoch http://www.bridginghopecounseling.com
Edina: Jennifer Stoos http://www.rekindlethespark.com
Please note: While I share these websites and resources with you with confidence, I am not responsible for their content or therapy practice.