We understand how challenging it is today to meet the needs and desires of children while trying to take care of yourself and your relationship with your partner simultaneously. It feels almost impossible at times as we are pulled in a million directions.
However, as caregivers and parents, we need to regularly take an objective view of the balancing of these relationships. One of the most important aspects for caregivers is to take care of ourselves while we are taking care of others. Similar to being on an airplane during an emergency: The flight attendance remind us to “put the oxygen mask on ourselves BEFORE we put it on the child”. We are no good to the children if we pass out, right? Just like we are no good to our children if we are not setting limits with our kids and taking care of ourselves.
Through home visits and/or telephone coaching/mentoring, parents and care-givers receive confidential, personalized, and non-threatening support without ever having to leave their home or office.
Parenting in harmony with your partner
Setting developmentally appropriate limits
Effective, STRONG & STILL LOVING discipline strategies
Support in understanding child development issues
How to maneuver around behavioral “land-mines” and temper tantrums
Understanding your child and his/her personality
Strategies to handle power struggles
Guidance toward more independence and inter-dependence,
Self-reliance and impulse control
Family team-building Strategies
Quickly gain cooperation
Reduce yelling & idle threats
Calmer, happier, and peaceful family members
Gain effective communication
More positive family connections
More family fun
More self-reliant children
Both caregivers together or separate coaching/mentoring.
Combination parent-child coaching.
Individual child/teen coaching/mentoring.
Child to child coaching/mentoring
We offer a time frame that is convenient for you and does not require travel. Multiple participants can be involved simultaneously through conferencing. We follow up with an e-mail outlining key points with references to additional resources discussed.