• Are you frustrated by your child’s behavior?
  • Are you confused by all of the parenting advice you read?

You are not alone! Most parents feel the same way you do. Some parents continue to stay on the “parenting treadmill”, trying to just get through each day. Other parents realize that is does “take a village” to raise a child and reach out for help.

Bonnie Compton,APRN, BC, CPNP
Child & Adolescent therapist
Parent Coach


  • Being a parent with a plan, a parent who feels confident in their role
  • Learning to respond to your child, rather than reacting to their behavior

Parenting is one of our most important jobs. It’s never too late to develop a meaningful relationship with your child…a relationship that will continue to grow as your child grows. Your relationship with your child is important to their future.

Parents Share Their Success Stories…

The guidance you gave us was spot-on and we appreciate your “calm and connected” approach to parenting. Thank you for helping us relax and enjoy being parents again. In only a few short weeks our home has gone from being tense and unhappy to loving and playful. Our daughter truly adores you and looks forward to her visits with “Miss Bonnie”.

~ Thank you, thank you, thank you, Allison & Brett

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Did you think being a parent was going to be easier than this?
Are you “surviving” as a parent, rather than “thriving”?
Do you feel that you are on a parenting treadmill that never seems to stop?
Do you ever think...this is not how I want to be as a parent?
If you answered yes,


Parenting Partners envisions a world where parents are inspired to create and enjoy positive relationships with their children. As a result of their endeavor, the lives of children and families will be greatly enriched.

Bonnie Compton, APRN, BC, CPNP