Parent Coaching and Family Therapy

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Parenting is one of the toughest, never-ending, all-consuming jobs…ever!

Does this sound like you?…

Your kids drive you insane with their non-stop bickering…

Exhausted because your child just won’t go to bed…

Your day is filled with tears and uncontrollable meltdowns…

Your child lacking confidence or being bullied…

Spending too much time in your head plagued by parent guilt…

Suffering from perfect parent syndrome where you’ve set the bar so high you can’t possibly reach it…

Too busy contemplating how you should be parenting your child, to truly enjoy it…

My focus is on helping you to become the calm and confident parent that you really want to be and to help you to support your child to become their best, calm, confident self.

Parenting in itself isn’t easy and finding yourself parenting an anxious or angry child can be very challenging.

Is your child’s anxiety or anger disrupting daily life?

Is your child’s behaviour creating stress for you and your family?

Are you feeling at a loss with how to deal with these behaviours?

Are you feel overwhelmed trying to manage daily life along with your child’s challenging behaviours or anxiety?

Are plans and expectations for your family being compromised?

Are you feeling worried, frustrated and helpless? Do you wish you could change this?

You can. You serve a critical role in helping your child. As a therapist I help you to understand what is creating the difficult behaviours. I assist you to find the solutions that create a more harmonious family life. You will learn about secure attachment and how to enhance that within your family. I take my coaching very seriously -- helping people grow and change the trajectory of their own lives, those of their children, and their children's children. We both know this is no simple collection of tips and tricks that you're seeking. You want transformation for you and your family! Are you ready for a big change? Let’s talk!

“Every day, in a 100 small ways, our children ask, ‘Do you hear me? Do you see me? Do I matter?’ Their behaviour often reflects our response.” – L.R. Knost