What is Coaching for Children?

From an early age, children are absorbing what they hear and see.  What they experience in their formative years can, and will, affect them for the rest of their life.


  • When you watch your child, do they seem happy to you?
  • When they come home from school do they tell you that they hate school?  Or that the kids are mean?
  • Do they just say "I don't want to talk about it?"
  • Do they get frustrated easily?
  • Do they fight with siblings or friends or other kids in their school?
  • Is your child being bullied by someone at school or are they the bully?

  • Does your teenage need to learn how to set goals?


What we teach our children about relating to others, overcoming challenges, being mindful and having a growth mindset is as important if not more so than sending them to school.


  • As a parent, are you feeling frustrated because your child is not listening to you?
  • Do your kids tell you that you just don't understand?
  • Are you finding yourself yelling at your kids?
  • Are you feeling exhausted because you have  no time for yourself?


Today's world is much different than the 50's, 60's and even the 70's.  At school, kids are faced with a lot of pressure when it comes to learning and getting good grades.  Technology is every where...kids are playing on phones and tablets even before they learn how to talk.  Kids and families are faced with economic issues, both parents working, the lack of communication skills and the list goes on.


  • As a family, is everyone going in different directions and you just don't feel like a family anymore?
  • Does your child or children know which parent gives in to their demands?
  • Are you struggling with boundaries and discipline?


Are you ready to see your child be happy again?

Are you ready to have a family that is happy, emotionally happy and enjoying the time spent with each other?

Contact me today to see how I can help you, your child and/or your family be happy.



"Let parents bequeath to their children not riches, but the spirit of reverence." -  Plato