It’s time to reclaim your sanity. Parent coaching is just the helping hand you’re desperately searching for.
Parenting is challenging, demanding, overwhelming, emotional, exhausting work — even under the best of circumstances. Add in ADHD, autism or Asperger’s, or other developmental disorder, and it’s downright taxing.
The addition of disabilities creates an added weight of tension and stress in your family, relationships, and everyday life that can be very damaging. Traditional parenting approaches aren’t effective with kids with lagging skills, poor emotional control, and behavioral challenges.
There’s a better way. I can guide you over the hurdles and around the obstacles to a more loving, fun, and joyful family life. A parenthood that’s rewarding. I teach a positive parenting approach that has been proven to improve behavior and parental confidence for families raising kids with ADHD. Sometimes it simply takes a helping hand to guide you in the right direction.
Let’s improve your family’s quality of life — together.
With parent coaching you get…
Q&A on Penny’s Private Coaching Program
What if I don't live near you?
No problem! Coaching is all done over the phone and online video meeting. As long as we can align our time zones for a call, we can work together.
How much does parent coaching cost?
Coaching costs vary widely depending on who you work with. My parent coaching is $50 per session. We will meet for approximately an hour per session.
Are results guaranteed?
I wish I could say yes… but, no, I’m no magician. Every child is different. What I teach are techniques and strategies that are found to be most effective for kids with ADHD. A lot of positive parenting and positive reinforcement. To have any success, you have to commit to using the strategies, and implementing them long-term. Kids with additional mood or conduct disorders may not be a good fit for my coaching program. If I don’t think I’m the right person to help you, I will tell you that up front.
Are you a certified coach?
I’ll be honest, I am not a certified coach. I approach coaching from a much different perspective — from that of a parent who has been where you are. A parent who had to struggle and scrape and learn how to successfully parent a child with ADHD and autism through trial and error. I’ve been where you are. I figured most of it out. I want to help you get to the other side faster. I coach through proven strategies and a whole lot of caring and compassion.