Parent Communication Training

“Every child has a superhero within them.”
– Jeanne Stafford

Communicating Confidence

Jeanne Stafford coaching parentsChildren arrive on this planet with a toolbox and it’s our job as parents to equip them to use what’s inside. It’s easy to blame the system for bullies or bad teachers, but why not empower our little ones to triumph rather than be victimized? By cultivating key communication skills, we can give our children the confidence to face challenges and embrace the road ahead, regardless of the circumstances.

The Challenges of Parenthood

Jeanne Stafford testimonial from a parentAs wonderful as the journey of parenthood is, it’s not always easy and, as parents, we often beat ourselves up for feeling like we’re not doing enough to empower our children. I’m willing to bet that if you’re a parent, you’ve suffered from at least one of the following scenarios:

• Communication blocks with your children
• Lack of confidence in your parenting
• Divisive parenting views with your spouse
• Difficulty communicating with other parents
• Frustration with the education system as it relates to the needs of your child
• Uncertainty of how to react to social parenting awareness, eg. bullying
• Trouble expressing your parenting with those who work closely with our children

How I Can Help

Jeanne Stafford parents coachingThe truth is, your family doesn’t have to suffer or settle for less than you deserve. Reversing or preventing any of the above situations is absolutely doable, and I can help you get there. Learning and cultivating a few key skills will invariably lead to:

• Greater confidence as a parent
• More effective communication skills for your child, spouse and community
• Strategic approaches to get the education system to listen and work with you
• Greater understanding of what is being communicated to you from your child
• Proactive approach to parenting scares and unforeseen circumstances

Program Options Include

One-on-one training sessions with parents

Group workshops for schools, community groups

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