"Parents make the fun. A child isn't going to make the fun for you. It's a creative kind of thing on a daily basis – as you're changing children, taking care of them, washing their hair. Think of ways to make it fun for them. If you're thinking of them, the focus is on them, not yourself – and you find out 'Wow, we can have fun together."
Every family is unique and has different values, challenges,
and backgrounds. I will help you align your
day-to-day parenting decisions and
experience with those values to accomplish
your personal and family dreams and
Furthermore, through an optimistic, forward-thinking approach, I’ll be
there to listen, affirm, nudge, and
nurture you to take care of yourself, so that
you can slow down and enjoy your children more.
Finally, I will offer practical
strategies for the challenges that parents face such as control of media
learning and behavior issues, first-time parenting and other any
other issues that you have.
A Graduate of
the Parent Coaching Institute in collaboration with
Seattle Pacific University.
The PCI is the only graduate-level parent coach training program offering an
exclusive PARENT COACH CERTIFICATION® curriculum.
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