Develop profound security from within and confidence
Voice their limits and set healthy boundaries
Learn healing techniques to manage emotions and adversity
"My son was having a tough time at home, as my ex would talk about co-parenting issues around him. He would get upset easily, being a highly sensitive child. I would try to help him understand his dad doesn’t mean what he says, but he would carry the anger around the house for days. This started to affect his school work and how he felt about himself. That’s when I decided to get him a coach to help him talk about what he was feeling. His coach gave him some tools to help him process and manage his feelings. Since, having a coach, his school performance has improved and he seems to be less reactive when something bothers him. I’m so proud of him for overcoming these challenges, and he still does coaching check-ins with his coach here and there to keep up with his progress"
~Christine, Blake’s mom
Children coaching is an essential component to UNDERSTANDING your child's emotional and psychological development when experiencing the transitional phase of divorce and after. Due to the complexity of divorce, children may face emotional challenges, a lack of security, struggle to communicate their FEELINGS, blame themselves, avoid transitioning between two homes, reject mom or dad's new partner, or how to adapt to a new family dynamic and school environment.
Children coaching can provide children with SELF-SOOTHING techniques, positive mindset exercises for everyday emotional needs, effective communication with parents, overcoming disruptive behaviors, and effectively establish a healthy self- esteem.
Children deserve to be heard and understood
Boost internal confidence and self-esteem by overcoming limiting beliefs of self-blame and feelings of rejection.
Develop self-soothing techniques for distress from school work, peer pressure, or transitioning between both parental homes.
Establish healthy boundaries with parents to minimize discomfort and to protect their safety.
Can Help you:
Provide guidance on how to process their emotions around divorce, peer pressure, self-esteem, or neglectful parent
Develop a confident identity and security within themselves so they are better equipped for adversity
Establish boundaries with friends or a high-conflict parent for emotional and physical safety
Adapt smoothly to the transition of two homes or a new school
Develop healing tools to reduce anxiousness, anger, and self-blaming habits