I’m a big fan of Group Coaching. I love the synergy of all the various participants. It’s a great way to learn something new and get helpful ideas. The Family Leadership Program is such a program.
Susan Epstein, received coach business training from the same fabulous coach as I did: Christian Mickelsen. Thus, she follows the same methodology. I personally haven’t taken any of her courses, but she is endorsed by Christian Mickelsen and I trust his judgment! It would be worth checking out her program if you struggle with your parenting relationship!
Are You Worried That You Haven’t Been As Consistent As You Would Want To Be and Your Child/Teen’s Behavior Is Getting Out of Hand?
“Become the Type of Parent That Always Knows What You Are Doing, Never Feeling Like a Failure Again.”
These days it seems that everyone is an expert at raising kids; Dr.Phil, Supernanny, therapists and coaches. I’m sure that you have done your best, but these tips only worked for a short period of time and then you were back to square one or even worse. Maybe, some of the following has been your experience:
Are you so exhausted, embarrassed and disappointed from the daily power struggles and disrespectful behavior that you dread spending time with your kids? And to top it off are you worried that if you don’t do something now your child’s behavior is only going to get worse? Are you sitting on pins and needles waiting for the next phone call from another parent, the school or the police?
Are you ready to turn your child’s behavior around but you just don’t know how to get started or what to do? Or maybe things have been so bad, so chaotic or so out of control for so long that you are scared that it might be too late even though you know deep down that s/he is really a great loving kid? Or worse, perhaps you feel that you have damaged your child for good and are racked with guilt.
Don’t despair. Read on…
(The link will take you to her page. Hope it’s helpful!)
Share if you have participated in any parenting classes, groups, etc. and/OR What is the most valuable thing you learned about dealing with difficult behavior (as parent, babysitter, nanny, teacher, professional)?
copyright Michelle Hess 2009