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Episode 9: Navigating the Complexities of Adult Children Moving Back in with Caregivers

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Episode 9: Navigating the Complexities of Adult Children Moving Back in with Caregivers
Episode 9: Navigating the Complexities of Adult Children Moving Back in with Caregivers
When the pandemic hit, college campuses were the first to send their students home and move to virtual. But how are those students fairing? In this episode we will meet with a counseling intern who lived through this experience. We will explore the emotions associated with how therapists can support them emotionally. Also, how can we support parents who now have their college students returning home after they have become accustomed to their own rules and independence. In this episode we feature Nicole Cantor and Jill Harle. Nicole obtained her Master’s degree from Arcadia University with a concentration in child and family therapy. She is currently working towards licensure in the state of Pennsylvania. Nicole’s clinical training is in counseling psychology with extensive training in Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment (ACT), Cognitive Processing (CPT),

Prolonged Exposure, Brief Strategic (BSFT), and Attachment-Based (ABFT). Jill Graduated from Arcadia University in 2006, and completed licensure preparation at Chestnut Hill College in 2008. She received her license in 2012 and opened Harle Counseling & Associates in 2015. NPD and other personality disorders is a topic near and dear to her heart because so many therapists and adults struggle from the long term effects of parents or caregivers with personality disorders.

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand mental health struggles individuals can face when moving back in their caregivers.
  2. Learn how to best navigate situations in which adult children move back home with their caregivers.
  3. Interventions and strategies to us when working with families.

Additional Resources

  • Have your Young Adult Children Moved Back Home
  • More Than Half Young Adults are Now Living with their Parents
  • Communicating with Adult Children
  • How to Talk with Adult Children
  • Building a Successful Relationship with Adult Children
  • Nurturing Communication with your Young Adult

References

  • Sara E. Sandberg-Thoma, Anastasia R. Snyder, Bohyun Joy Jang
  • J Marriage Fam. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2016 Jun 1.
  • Published in final edited form as: J Marriage Fam. 2015 Jun 1; 77(3): 806–818. Published online 2015 Feb 28. doi: 10.1111/jomf.12183
  • https://www.abc.net.au/triplej/programs/hack/mental-health-issues-young-adults-moving-back-home/10608110
  • Caputo, J.: Parental Coresidence, Young Adult Role, Economic, and Health Changes, and Psychological Well-Being, Society and Mental Health, online first, November 19, 2018
  • https://www.pewsocialtrends.org/2012/03/15/the-boomerang-generation

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