Solving all kinds of behavior challenges
You’re looking for parenting solutions that work
Here's How We Can Help
We understand the challenging behaviors you are facing from your child are frustrating. When other solutions have failed to produce the change you need, we offer tailored guidance for parenting solutions that work.
- We discuss development, behavior, discipline and self-care.
- We go deep into the specific behaviors you are seeking to change so parenting solutions are tailored to your needs.
- The goal is for you to leave with confidence in your parenting, improved behavior in your child and hope for the future.
- Live 1-hour private coaching sessions (on-line or in person)
- 10-minute check-ins via phone to ensure success
- Evidence based, trauma informed, techniques and tools based in science and research (i.e. positive psychology, attachment theory, brain science and child development)
- Regular text message reminders to keep progress moving forward between sessions
If you need coaching, but cannot afford the standard rates, please contact us as we offer a generosity policy and aim to make parent coaching available to all.
What Parents like you are saying
already stretched too thin? We've got you covered
Most parents see a decrease in challenging behaviors in as little as 4 sessions.
It's not about changing everything. It's about changing the right things. The changes we make are simple, but the results you see are dramatic.
Stop wasting your time with solutions that don't work for your child. Have a custom plan made for you.
What is a Parent Coach?
An Expert In:
Challenging Childhood Behaviors
Child Development - Infancy thru Young Adulthood
Research Backed, Trauma Informed & Inclusive Positive Parenting Tools & Education
What does a Parent Coach do?
Provides Proven ways to decrease challenging behaviors
Provides guidance and step-by-step instruction to become a more effective parent
provides judgement-free support for parents, their children and their challenges
helps to strengthen and rebuild the parent child relationship