Parenting therapy is often recommended, and is empirically supported for, parents with children struggling with behavior problems such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) sometimes referred to as Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), BiPolar Disorder, general disruptive behavior, and explosive behavior. Dr. Pfeiffer believes parenting today, even without the additional demands of such children, is an increasingly difficult task. Parents seem to have an ever-growing number of stressors and challenges thrown at them from all directions. New demands on child behavior, cultural expectations, constant barrage of parenting advice, and technological advances are all issues new to todays parents. Dr. Pfeiffer believes parents of children with behavioral problems can benefit from psychoeducation and specific parenting strategies. But she also believes helping parents slow down and clarify their own family values and parenting goals can be an important part of helping parents reestablish essential parent-child relationships and set clear limits for behavior. She offers parents years of experience with hundreds and hundreds of parents, ongoing reviews of research on parenting, and her own first hand experiences in parenting two children of her own.