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FAQ

What is Family Coaching?

Family Coaching is a personalized and tailored support that helps families identify and address areas of concern within their family. 

Coaching assists the parents in creating a parenting plan of strategies to change unwanted behaviors and replace them with positive solutions. 

What is your Coaching Philosophy?

I use a no nonsense, POSITIVE PARENTING approach to parenting and coaching.  


I believe in working with your child's intrinsic need for belonging and significance.

I want everyone in the family to feel empowered and positive on this journey. 

Is Family Coaching similar to therapy or counseling?

No, coaching is not similar to therapy or counseling and does not diagnose or treat a mental disorder or medical disease. 

My role is to provide you with the support and empower you to implement new strategies in your home. We will work as a team to find positive solutions for your family. 

Therapy may focus more on dealing with issues and challenges from your past and how these impact your current state of mind.

Parent coaching is goal directed and focuses on helping you become the parent you want to be for your family. 

If during our conversations I feel you or a family member is in need of services out of my realm of expertise, I will encourage you to seek help from the appropriate professional. 

Do you offer a guarantee with your services?

Yes, and no. 

Yes, I guarantee exceptional service and support to help empower you to make the changes you desire for peace in your home. 

No, I cannot completely guarantee that all family members will make the changes needed for success. That will be completely up to YOU.

As humans we are complex beings. Emotions and distractions can sometimes get in the way of our success. You must have the desire to put new practices into place. 

I will of course do what I can to guide you in the right direction but YOU have to be fully committed for this process to be successful. 

Do you accept insurance?

No. Since coaching is not considered treatment, it is not covered by health insurance.

Do both parents need to be present?

No. While it is great to have both parents be involved it is not a requirement. The sessions can include anyone who would like to grow in their parenting skills. This can be one or both parents, a single parent, grandparents and caregivers.

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