Coaching Services for Parents of Children with ADHD
I give parents the tools they need to bring more harmony to their home.
How I Support Parents:
We work together to:
Establish helpful systems and routines within your home for a calmer and happier household.
Understand effective parenting approaches.
Learn about ADHD and the underlying challenges that impact your child.
Empower your child to experience better days and outcomes at school and in their peer group.
Discover your child’s strengths and how they are wired to achieve success.
Foster a stronger sense of self and more resilience in your child.
How Does Parent Coaching Help?
I give parents the education and tools they need to navigate more successfully through troublesome experiences and bring more harmony to their homes. Learning positive parenting techniques, steps to achieve healthier family dynamics, and essential knowledge about ADHD and child development are a few examples of common areas of focus with parents.
During coaching sessions, we partner to discover ADHD-friendly strategies, routines, and skills that will lead to better outcomes. Individualized coaching is always encouraged for parents of children with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). It presents an opportunity for parents to gain awareness, and clarity on action steps that help manage behaviors and create more success around their needs and goals.
Parenting a child with ADHD can be faced with challenging moments.
I get it. I am a parent with ADHD who has kids with ADHD, so I understand the unique challenges that can take place within our relationships with our children and the family dynamic. There are also unique obstacles to
overcome as a parent when you have ADHD yourself.
You don’t have to do it alone.
How Do I Get Started With Coaching?
The first step is to schedule a Complimentary Get-Acquainted Session.
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