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Parents/Caregivers

Fraser Supports Parents and Caregivers Raising a Child With Intellectual, Emotional or Physical Needs


Fraser can help with these common diagnoses, issues, behaviors and more.
  • Relationships
  • Sibling Dynamics
  • Individual & Family Therapy
  • Mental Health
  • Supports For Adult Children
  • Parent Coaching
  • In-Home Supports
  • Workshops
  • Support Groups

Fraser's Adult Mental Health program serves young adults and adults with autism, co-occurring intellectual disability, and other complex mental health needs.

Goals may include:
  • Self-regulation
  • Emotional control
  • Increased self-esteem
  • Conflict management skills

Calling 612-446-HOPE (4673) or emailing fraserhopeline@fraser.org puts you in touch with a care advocate who can help with autism, mental health, or diverse needs. You may be referred to appropriate services or connected to community resources.

Fraser offers couples therapy to help couples address the challenges, stress, emotions, and needs related to their child’s diagnosis. We work to help couples achieve better connections, interactions, and harmony.

Functional Analysis Program: The Functional Analysis Program (FA Program) is a 12-week program for challenging behavior and is offered to individuals who present with:
  • Self-injury - repeated behaviors that cause injury to the client or that may cause injury if continued or if it intensifies
  • Aggression - behavior directed toward other people that causes injury or may cause injury if continued or if it intensifies
  • Property destruction - banging, throwing, breaking, ripping, or otherwise handling items in a manner that would lead to destruction if allowed to continue

Fraser offers individual, family, and group autism therapy options to help with social or emotional regulation and provide education regarding your diagnosis. We help you and your family address needs and achieve goals for better connections, interactions, and harmony.

Fraser offers individual, family, and group mental health therapy options to help with social or emotional regulation and provide education regarding your diagnosis. We help you and your family address needs and achieve goals for better connections, interactions, and harmony.

Fraser Group Skills Training helps develop the social and emotional skills of the individual, family, or group. Fraser clinicians provide clients with tools for coping and interacting with others at home, at school, and in the community.

Fraser therapists can help families dealing with issues of trauma, attachment development, grief and loss, and separation. Your child may also be struggling with his or her identity, race, ethnicity or open adoption relationships.

Foster Care and Adoption Support includes the following:
  • Diagnostic assessments
  • Psychological evaluations
  • County-referred parenting assessments
  • Children’s Mental Health Targeted Case Management
  • Individual and Family Therapy
  • Parent guidance
  • Support groups
  • Preschool Day Treatment

Fraser Sibling Therapy helps brothers and sisters deal with personal challenges and changes in their family and sibling relationships, and as a result of a sibling’s diagnosis. Components include education, coping, interaction, and communication skills.