Helping individuals live fuller lives and raise healthier children.
Allison LaTona is a noted psychotherapist and parent guidance expert specializing in the journeys of personal growth, life transitions, partnership, and parenthood.
She largely works with parents navigating the inherent challenges of raising children, equipping them to thrive as adults, mothers struggling with postpartum adjustments, and relationship challenges before and after the birth of a child.
Allison works from a wholistic and relational framework, integrating complementary methodologies and techniques, to help her clients live more balanced lives and find well-being, as well as have deeper, more satisfying relationships. Her approach is family-centered, and is warm, empathic and relatable.
She offers short-term and long-term psychotherapy, as well as consultation services for women, parents, couples and families.
Allison specializes in the spectrum of maternal mental health issues, as well as parenting and attachment relationships. She has developed expertise in infant and child development...
Allison offers private consultations for support, education and guidance regarding children birth through teens on various parenting issues, challenges and child development concerns...
Allison has been facilitating private monthly parent circles of discussion, learning and support for over 15 years. These monthly parent-only groups are for parents of children ages 2-11 years...
Allison emphasizes that before she is a psychotherapist or parenting educator, she is a devoted mother. She limits her practice and parenting groups so that she can spend time with her family. Alongside her husband and soulmate of 34 years, parenting her two teenagers is what brings her the most joy. She sees who her kids are becoming as testament to the power of connected relationship and discipline. She continues to be struck by the parallel process of growth in parenting: one must grow in ways one likely would not have chosen, in order to parent your growing child as an individual. Allison’s own journey as a parent fuels the passion for her work.