Deepen the Loving Connection with Your Child
Programs for new and experienced parents
Private Coaching for Parents
Your newborn didn't come with an owner’s manual. Your grade-school child is struggling to make friends. Maybe you can't get through to your teen, or maybe your family is going through a major change like new going to a new school, moving to a new home or navigating divorce. Private, customized parent coaching can give you the clarity, confidence and tools you need so that you can be the parent you want to be.
Small Group Coaching for Parents
Group coaching with a small number of parents offers the same clarity and parenting tools as individual coaching with the additional benefit of the perspectives of other parents facing similar issues. You will also get a wider range of feedback on your own questions and experiences, develop closer relationships with other parents and be a part of a group which can continue to build your confidence as you support each other throughout your child’s development.
Presentations for Parents
Parenting presentations offer participants the opportunity to focus on a specific topic, build community, gain knowledge and share with other parents. Are the parents in your community struggling with screen-time, sibling rivalry, or setting boundaries?
Hello! I’m Beth
M.A. in Parent Coaching and Child Development
Imagine feeling confident that the parenting decisions you are making daily are in line with your family’s values. I will help you discover what is currently working in your family and build on this, evaluating the systems you have in place and helping create a plan of action to attain the family life that you desire. Working with me is a uniquely personal way to support yourself in the day to day as you raise your children. I have deep empathy for the challenges parenting presents and believe that we are all capable of positive change and growth.
Ready to Get Started?
I offer coaching sessions in person, over the phone or by Skype at your convenience. Sessions can be scheduled while kids are in school, napping or after they go to sleep at night so that the coaching conversation can be focused, efficient and productive.