You can do this.
No matter what you’ve tried in the past, how many mistakes you’ve made, how many times other’s have judged your parenting (or you’ve judged yourself), or how many times you’ve felt like you’re just too tired and stressed to be an effective mom, it is possible to make changes—lasting changes.
I know this because I’ve been that mom (it’s the reason I became a parent coach) and I’ve coached several moms over the last 11 years to make parenting easier and more enjoyable. As a parent coach I’ve helped moms who have:
- Had very strong-willed, intense children who engaged in power struggles and talking back, to successfully set limits and feel confident that they were on the right track to raising their kids to be strong, kind adults.
- Been completely exhausted from parenting a demanding toddler and felt like they had nothing left to give (and then felt guilty for feeling that way), to regain much needed energy to meet both their child’s and their needs in a way that was customized to them and their family.
- Experienced chaotic mornings and evenings filled with sibling rivalry, yelling, and threats, to create smooth, successful routines where kids took responsibility and there was peace in the house.
- Felt guilty and embarrassed because they believed the negatives others have said about their parenting, to create a customized plan of action that helped them do what worked for their family so that they were energized and confident.
My professional background includes a BA in Psychology, and Master’s Degree in Childhood Behavior Disorders, in addition to my professional Parent Coach Certification®. I have several years experience teaching children with behavioral and emotional issues in the public school, in addition to teaching first grade. Even as a behavior consultant in the public schools, I quickly realized that there were no cookie cutter solutions to helping teachers with students’ challenging behavior. It was the powerful combination of the teacher’s expertise and strengths, combined with my background, that allowed us to take action in a way that worked in her classroom, not some mythical, ideal one. Similarly, I work with moms who realize that they need someone who really gets that parenting can be hard and exhausting, and who want solutions that will work for them: not some ideal mom in a book or podcast. Together we solve your parenting problems in a way that continues to work long after the coaching is over.
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