Becoming a Parent Coach has helped me empower parents to have kids who listen, help out at home and do better in school.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. What’s really happening, is deep in the hearts of children. I’m a teacher who works daily with 6 year olds. I also interact with parents who express that parenting is a thankless, challenging job that does not come with an instruction manual.

As a Parent Coach, I give you tools and strategies that act as an instruction manual customized to the needs of your children and family dynamics.

Most parents express fears that they’re afraid they’ll do it incorrectly, or feel they have already messed up their kids. Sometimes they express that parenting is impossible. The one thing that they do have in common is that every one of these parents love their children, no matter how challenging they are.

I’ve worked with parents of children who are adopted, have Autism, ADHD, are neuro-typical or neurodiverse. Always… the same sentiment.

First they contact me and when we first meet, they’re looking for acknowledgement, they’re frustrated and most are feeling overwhelmed. By our third meeting, they’re expressing joy and confidence about their new parenting skills. From there, we go deeper and I have the privilege of helping them implement tried-and-true strategies that work!

Soon after I hear that the kids feel empowered. They are happier and more cooperative. Their teachers begin to comment on their improvements at school and ask if I coach teachers too – I do. In my classroom, my students are calm, empathetic and happy.

This type of transformation happens regardless of where parents are when they begin, and the impact on their children’s lives will transcend generations.

Parent Coaching is similar to Life Coaching, it’s about you, and finding your best self.

As a parent coach, I don’t meet the children. I’m a parent-advocate and coach. I work with single parents, and also with parents-as-partners raising the same children. It’s an ongoing process (all humans are), but results are quick, compounding and mutually beneficial for both the parents and their children.

My life is richer. My heart is fuller. Our world is better, one child at a time.