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I know how hard you work to be the best parent you can be!

I also know how frustrating and overwhelming it can feel when you don’t understand what’s happening with your child and try so hard to be patient. 

At the same time, in order tor each out for help, you have to overcome the voices around and inside you that are telling you that you should know what to do already.


And when you add being worried that assumptions about your lifestyle preferences will be tied directly to your kid's problems, it's even harder. Right?

Behavior is Communication

Here’s the thing. Brain science and a larger understanding of family dynamics are not typically part of many popular parenting techniques. I believe you can be doing your best and still be missing a key piece of the parenting puzzle - that behavior is communication. 

Let me give that a minute to sink in because it’s out-of-the-box! Behavior is communication. It’s your child’s first language. This understanding is what has allowed me to help parents in situations that have felt overwhelming or even utterly hopeless and impossible to them.

This key piece of understanding has the power to build on your strengths, nurture a deeper, more connected relationship with your child and guide you to practical, effective strategies to respond rather than react to button-pushing behavior. 

Which of the following sounds like you?

  • You just wish you understood what's happening with your child or teen

  • You’re so willing to do what you need to in order to make things better - if you only knew what to do!

  • You’ve read the positive parenting books and talked to family and friends but nothing seems to be working

  • You could really use someone to hold your hand so it wouldn’t be all on you.

  • You’re willing to question the idea that you’re supposed to know what to do. 

  • You have perfectionist qualities and tend toward high expectations for yourself 

  • You’re adventurous and willing enough to try out-of-the-box strategies that may feel counter-intuitive

  • You value autonomy and independence for your child

  • You’re so done with trying to do this parenting thing on your own

  • You just wish someone would help you figure it out

Here are the steps to find out if I'd be the right fit to support you.

Step 1 - Assess Your Situation

Before deciding which service may be right for you, schedule a free 30 minute Parenting Support Call. That will give you the opportunity to receive some immediate empathy, understanding and relief and give us a chance to see how we click. It will help us see which service would be best for you and your specific situation, if you choose to move forward.

Step 2 - Match Your Parenting Package

  1. Small Change, Big Results Package - for recent behavior changes or parenting challenges (less than 6 months)

  2. The Foundation Program for ongoing behavior challenges (more  than 6 months)

  3. Child Behavior Consultation to get more information and have more time with me before you make a decision.

small change pacage

1. Small Change, Big Results Package

  • You are experiencing a new or recent (less than 6 months) challenge or change related to your child’s behavior

  • You hope it’s just a phase, but worry it might not be

  • You’re willing to commit to three 1-on-1 virtual sessions 

  • You’re motivated to reinforce and practice new habits and strategies for 20-30 minutes a day for the change you want

  • You have $450 ready to invest in your parenting journey


Sometimes phases can be typical developmental challenges and with the right approach and effective strategies, some daily struggles can be turned around pretty quickly and you can return to more peace at home. 

Here’s the thing. Even if it is just a phase of typical development, responding effectively to your child during the phase will set you up for success in future phases. When it comes to knowing what to do about your child’s behavior it can be even more important to know what NOT to do!

Foundation program

2. The Foundation Program

  • You have struggled with your child’s behavior for more than 6 months (perhaps even years)

  • You’ve read the positive parenting books and talked to family and friends but their advice isn’t working for your child

  • You want to get on the same parenting page as your partner or partners

  • There are one of more situations in your life like a sick parent, job insecurity, pandemic repercussions, divorce, depression or illness causing you additional stress beyond the overwhelm of parenting

  • You suspect your child may be struggling with their gender identity

  • You’re willing to invest in three months of virtual or in-person 1-on-1 coaching, in addition to reinforcing and practicing new habits and strategies for about 20-30 minutes a day for the change you want

  • You have $1275 ready to invest in your parenting journey and family well-being

behavior consultation

3. Child Behavior Consultation (In person or virtual)

  • You prefer to wade slowly into the water

  • You’re left with unanswered questions after our connection call

  • Your co-parent or parents need to be included in the conversation and were unable to attend the connection call

  • You’re looking for a next step that gives you more time to think about what you want and what feels right for your family

  • You’re prepared to fill out a brief intake form before your session

  • You’re willing to meet with me and your co-parenting partner(s) for a 55 minute virtual or in-person 1-on-1 session

  • You have $150 ready to invest on your parenting journey

Take your first step.


Schedule a free 30 minute Parenting Support Call to receive some immediate empathy, understanding and relief. It will also give us a chance to see how we click. From there we'll be better able to match the best coaching support, if you choose to move forward with me.

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