When your child was small, did you ever think you would be having the worry, fears or frustrations you are having now?
Can you relate to any of the following concerns?
- I have increasing concerns about my teenager.
- I feel unsettled about my teenager.
- I am experiencing increased worry, frustration or fear in regards to my teenager.
- I am feeling unsure or ineffective in regards to addressing my teen's behaviors.
- I feel like I don't know my child the way I used to.
- I don't know how to get my teenager to talk to me.
- I am not sure what is "normal" and what I should actually be worried about with my teenager.
- I want to make sure that my teenager is okay and that there is not some bigger issue going on.
- I want to make sure that I can address things that come up with my teen effectively and with confidence moving forward.
- I want to get support NOW to make sure things don't get worse.
- I know things need to change, I am not happy and nothing seems to be getting better.
- Imagine feeling a connection with your teenager again.
- Imagine not losing sleep or being distracted with worry, fear and frustration related to your teen's behavior.
- Imagine living in a more peaceful household.
- Imagine being able to have meaningful conversations with our teen without yelling, swearing and arguing.
- Imagine not having to battle with your teen every time you ask them to do something.
- Imagine having your teen take responsibility for their own behavior.
- Imagine being able to spend enjoyable time with your teenager.
- Imagine getting to the place where you feel like everything will be okay.
You don't just have to imagine this.
This can become your reality. While your children should be one of the most important parts of your life, your teenager should not consume your life. You should be able to go to work, run errands and spend time with your partner, spouse and friends without constant worrying about your teenager.
You, along with anyone else in your home, should enjoy a peaceful environment that is free from regular arguing or disrespect. You should be able to implement a rule and have your teen respect and follow that rule while also setting a good example for any younger siblings that may be in the home.
Imagine a week where your teen comes home when they should, picks up after themselves and engages with you in a positive manner. This is possible. That younger version of them who was loving, happy and respectful is still there, and with the right support you can reconnect with them. As a coach, I will walk beside you to help you achieve your goals in regards to your relationship with your teenager. We will develop an individualized and specific plan that will support you in managing your teens challenging behaviors.
I have worked with hundreds of parents of teenagers and I have seen relationships improve, behaviors improve, academic performance improve and households go from intolerable to enjoyable. I once worked with a father who said, "I run multi-million dollar companies and I can't figure out how to get my son to behave responsibly". I think this sums it up for many parents. You are smart, you are a good person, you are trying really hard but are feeling like you are not as effective as you want to be in addressing your teen's behaviors.
I've worked with parents of teens who are disrespectful, who don't follow their curfew, who don't attend school, who are using alcohol or drugs, who don't want to get out of bed and who act out aggressively to name a few of the presenting concerns. In working with parents of teenagers I use my background as a licensed therapist, along with my experience as a certified coach, to teach and support them in using specific techniques that get them the results they desire based on their individual situation.
Things don't need to continue to be the way they have been until your teen "outgrows them", but in order for them to change, you need to do something different. This could be the answer you are looking for if you are willing to be coachable and consistent with the strategies I will teach you.
You can do this! Day one or one day...you decide.
READ BELOW TO LEARN ABOUT WHAT YOU GET WITH THIS PROGRAM AND EXACTLY HOW IT WORKS.
Individual Coaching Calls with me
4, 45 minute, individual coaching calls with me each month via Zoom video or telephonic only (your choice). We will create a concrete plan, specific to your situation that will help you in effectively addressing your teens behaviors.
1 email check in / month of coaching
Once our coaching is complete, you will have access to 1 email coaching check in with me. This will allow me to support you through email if a new situation or challenge arises, even after our official work together is done.
I'm ready to change things now!
Click below if you feel you do not need the level of support provided by the Parenting Intensive Coaching Program and you are ready to take action and address your concerns about your teen with the Parenting Support Coaching Program. I will be your coach and your partner as you work to get things back on track with your teenager.
Parent Support Program Process
Before our first session, I will send you form to fill out so that I have some background prior to our first session. This will allow us to maximize our time together so that you are able to leave the session with an action plan.
Unlike many other coaching programs, each session is 45 minutes long so there is enough time for me to fully understand your situation, along with enough time for us to develop a concrete plan of action each week. While we will focus on your relationship with your teenager, we will also focus on your overall well-being since the worry, stress and frustration has likely been taking it's toll on you. In our weekly calls, we will talk through any situations that arise, talk about your experience following the plan and any barriers or unforeseen circumstances that arose and interfered with you following the plan we created. I will teach you new strategies as is needed and we will then make a plan of action for the following week.
I will offer you my expertise but also support, accountability and encouragement as we go through this process together. Accountability is a key component of coaching that significantly contributes to its effectiveness. By changing your behavior and response to your teen, their behavior will change, however, you will need support along the way since this will not always be easy. If it was easy, you would have done it already, right?
If things don't change, what will your life look like in a month, in 3 months or in a year? How will you feel if things don't get better, or if they get worse?
I've seen so many parents suffer as they watch their teenager make poor decisions, engage in risky behavior and disrupt their household for years. It does not need to be like that for you. Get the help you deserve, see some results and get things back on track for you and your teen.
DAY ONE, OR ONE DAY...YOU DECIDE.
Is there a guarantee that I will see results?
What if I have additional questions for you before I sign up?
What if addressing my teen's behaviors is beyond the scope of coaching?
How quickly can we start?
What if I have to miss or change a scheduled appointment?
I'm ready for this now!
Click below to get started as soon as possible! As soon as you sign up, we can get your first session scheduled so I can fully understand your individual situation and we can come up with an action plan you can start implementing right away.
I look forward to working with you and I am committed to supporting you and to restoring peace of mind during the teenage years.
Want to learn more before deciding?
Click below to schedule a FREE, 30 minute consultation with me to see if coaching is a good fit for your needs. When you click below, you will be directed to my calendar and can book a call with me. Once scheduled, you will receive an email from me with log in details for a Zoom call - you can join by video or just dial in if you prefer.
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