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About

There is no manual for how to parent. And the way you parent each child is going to look different because you learn as you go; they have different personalities, different needs, and the family dynamic looks different with each child. 

There is a lot of advice out there and there is a lot of information to take in. What works for each family is going to vary because we are all different. Luckily there has been a lot of research done over the past few decades which demonstrates that attachment parenting is beneficial to the child, and to your relationship, for so many reasons!

Attached Parenting strives to educate parents about what attachment parenting is, how to apply the basic principles to their family, provide them with the resources to feel supported during pregnancy, birth, and beyond, and empower parents to make the best possible decisions for their family!

By offering a variety of learning modalities parents can do what works best for their schedule and their situation. Attached Parenting offers webinars, parenting classes (group and private setting), and parent coaching (in person, over the phone, or online). Click on the services tab to learn more.

Whether you are currently expecting, have a young child, or even a teenager the core principles of attachment parenting will help you to build a healthy relationship with your child.

 

You don't have to be a mother to benefit from learning about attachment parenting, fathers, grandparents, caregivers, professionals working with families, and others can all benefit from learning about API's 8 principles of parenting!

About Me
Victoria LeBlanc, MS, LCPC, CAHPE

Hello, my name is Victoria LeBlanc. I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy. I am a Certified Attached at the Heart Parent Educator through Attachment Parenting International (API). I attained my Master's degree from Montana State University and have over 10 years experience working in the field of psychology with a focus on children, families, at-risk youth, and trauma. I am an adjunct professor of psychology as well as the Parent Education Support Coordinator for Attachment Parenting International. 

Most importantly I am a loving wife to my husband and nurturing mother to our two beautifully amazing daughters. Family is my number one priority and I enjoy filling my days making precious memories with my sweet girls!