My fear was paralyzing and despite the help of my lovely spouse, I felt very alone. “Certainly, no one must be struggling like this,” I thought.
Thankfully, I was wrong.
Everything changed when I got support.
Through parenting classes, reading, and therapy for myself, I began to learn about the brain and human development, what good connections look and feel like between parent and child, and what I can change (only myself) and what I couldn’t change (everyone else).
In this time of learning, I found what was missing in my work: working directly with the parents!
A change in the parents meant a change in the children.
Yes, parent coaching is a career, but for me, it is also a calling. I believe that no situation is too dire, no child is too far-gone, and no parent is too discouraged to begin to change right now, right away.
My mission is to help you bring lightness, laughter, and love into your home. To help joyfulness and tranquility find a place at the table. To teach you to forgive yourself when you are human and move forward. To feel in control and optimistic about the future, and to have fun with your family. The theory and practice you will learn have helped me at the different ages and stages of my children, as well as transitions in my own personal life.
I am a heart-centered parent coach in a data-driven world. Because, let’s face it, we have all the data we need at our fingertips, all of the time.
Now we need to use our hearts.