Coaching can help you to

  • Identify and support developmental stages.
  • Prepare and cope with transitions.
  • Nurture your child's talents and strengths.
  • Provide practical solutions to challenging situations.
  • Maintain or enhance effective communication.
  • Understand the importance of responsibility and choice.

How can you benefit from coaching?

  • By understanding your child's transition.
  • By increasing your confidence as a parent.
  • By being clearer about how to move situations forward.
  • By finding alternative solutions to shouting and nagging.
  • By gaining an awareness of how to nurture and value your child's strengths and abilities.
  • By reducing stress levels and improving your own resilience and well-being.

Raising children is an important job and is one that can be rewarding and overwhelming at times. Everyone gets stuck every once in a while needing support to find alternative ways to deal with situations.

Searching for a solution?

Coaching can provide you with strategies to manage changes that children and young people go through such as behaviour, development, communication, friendship groups and choices that they make as they grow older.


We understand that every child and young person is unique and will personalise methods and approaches to suit individual needs to reach the desired outcome, providing you with effective tools that will reinforce that they are valued.






Partner with us

We invite you to work with us to help your son or daughter fulfill their potential at every stage of their life.


Process

A person under the age of 18 will need permission from a parent or carer before the first coaching session. The first session will be with the parent and the child or young person. This gives the parent or carer insight into how the child or young person decides to proceed and what the expected outcomes could be.


All coaching sessions are confidential unless:

  • The child or young person is under the age of 18 and the consenting parent or carer requests feedback.
  • Within a session the Coach is made aware that there is risk of harm to the child, young person or others, or there is a disclosure of a concerning nature.


* This would be discussed with the parent and child before the first session.

You are the first teacher


Parents & Carers

Coaching the next generation