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A parent coach is a professional that gives custom support and advice to parents to help them build healthy relationships with their children.
I help create individual plans for families who are struggling in their routines, transitions, communication, tantrums, potty training, independence, and power dynamics.
Parents pour out so much of themselves to their family, their job, their community, but who pours back into them? Who helps them to be heard? I DO! I help parents express themselves to their children in ways that their children HEAR them. I guide them to a life of effective communication with their children-- Just call me the child whisperer.
How do I know that a parenting coach is right for me? If you say yes to any of these questions, then a parent coach is right for you!
Do you yell at your children multiple times a day?
Is resentment towards your children growing every day?
Are you worried that you and your children and will not have a good relationship?
Are you frustrated that time outs, taking things, and other punishments aren't working?
Are you worried that you will look back over their childhood and not enjoy your memories?
Are you up at night thinking about what you could have done differently?
We are already in therapy, why should I hire a parenting coach?
Hiring a parenting coach is like hiring a best friend, but one that can actually help you organize and strategize instead of just empathizing. I am not your therapist. Therapists are who diagnose you or your child. They usually, look into your past to bring about healing and this work can take weeks or years. As a parent coach, I look at your current situation, give you clarity, and show you where you can make some adjustments. As a parent coach, I use tools to help you strategize and learn skills that benefit you and your family.
What do I offer?
Support and strategies for:
Motivation for chores and homework
Trying new foods
[Free guide] 8 ways to say no without actually saying "no!"
8 phrases that help you say "no" without actually saying "no!"
Helps to decrease temper tantrums.
Shows you care about things that they are interested in.
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