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PARENT COACHING INSTITUTE OFFERS $900 TUITION DISCOUNT TO FAMILY SUPPORT SPECIALISTS UNTIL FEBRUARY 15, 2010

The Parent Coaching Institute offers a $900 tuition discount off of the distance learning Parent Coach Certification® Training Program tuition for all applications received by February 15, 2010. Parent Coach Certification® is designed for family support specialists who are driven to coach parents facing today's challenges; see the need for an innovative, research-based support model; and seek the most respected certification program available for parent coaching.

Bellevue, WA—(January 13, 2010) The Parent Coaching Institute (PCI™), founded in 2000 by Gloria DeGaetano, CEO, welcomes applications to its leading-edge, distance learning Parent Coach Certification® Training Program from family support specialists such as teachers, parent educators, social workers, counselors, psychologists, and nurses. Graduates of the PCI™ program coach moms and/or dads through challenges such as divorce, blended families, single parenting, teen development, school choice, school work, peer interactions, sleep habits, eating habits, managing media selections and influences, sibling rivalry, new baby, parent self-care, and many more. Applicants who submit their basic application by February 15, 2010 (transcripts and letters can follow later) will qualify for $900 off their total tuition if they are accepted into the Parent Coach Certification® Training Program. Students who apply by February 15, 2010 also have more time to dive into their course readings.

"…When I found the PCI™ it was as if I had found a secret path that would serve to connect my educational background, work experiences, community involvements and parenting beliefs. Little did I know that this path would also lead me on a transformative journey of my own; connecting me with others who shared a desire to create a cultural shift toward more mindful parenting, launching my own parent coaching business and inspiring me to apply parent coaching techniques and principles to my work in higher education. My PCI™ training was both practical and inspiring and it is perhaps the single best educational experience that one could ever have. "
—Kay Kimball Gruder, PCI Certified Parent Coach®, Successful College Parenting

The PCI™ offers a new model and method for supporting parents that transforms the ways current family support specialists support their clients. Parent Coaching is a growing profession offering opportunities for PCI Certified Parent Coaches® to supplement incomes, start new careers, and add to skill sets. The PCI™ is the original and current leader in training parent coaches, offering a graduate level, distance learning certificate program taken over one year, in collaboration with Seattle Pacific University, independent of SPU's religious affiliation. Visit the PCI™ Web site to learn what PCI™ students and graduates have to say. Give yourself and the families you serve the gift of transformation this year. For more information, please call the PCI™ office at (888) 599-4447. Callers will receive a free copy of Parent Success Stories, a collection of 34 inspirational stories written by PCI Certified Parent Coaches®, while supplies last.

About The Parent Coaching Institute

The Parent Coaching Institute (PCI™) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with an international following and the originator of the parent coaching profession. The PCI™, founded by Gloria DeGaetano in 2000, continues to set the highest standards for parent coaching certification. Using the PCI™ innovative coaching model, graduates co-create with parents solutions to parenting challenges, leading to new levels of family fulfillment. For more information about The Parent Coaching Institute, with corporate offices in Bellevue, WA, please refer to The PCI™ Web site www.ThePCI.org or call (888) 599-4447.


The Parent Coaching Institute's governing documents, conflict of interest policy, and financial statements are available upon request.
Please contact info@thepci.org or (425) 449-8877.