Parents

Phone- or Video-Coaching Call Package

 

A package of calls includes 4 one-hour video or phone calls that take place weekly or every other week (or as needed). Each call is a private one-on-one session and is customized to provide you with coaching and consultation around your specific parenting issues and concerns.

 

How it works: 

The coaching calls will give you a neutral and judgment-free space to get some distance and perspective, reflect and consider options, and see things with a fresh set of eyes as your mind settles and you get more calm and clarity. Through the call series you’ll learn to find that space more easily for yourself when you hit future parenting challenges so that you’ll become more graceful and resilient in the face of decisions.

While it’s my job to help young adults navigate what’s in front of them, ultimately my job is to teach my clients to fish rather than giving them fish. So learning is at the core of all my work and what accounts for the staying-power of my client results.

4-call package:

$980

Any teen can get a fresh start.

I started working with teens and young adults when my leadership coaching clients wanted their kids to go through a similar program. I discovered that the leaders and couples I worked with were only slightly more evolved than the average young adult. Adults just had the maturity to work around it in their lives so it wasn’t as disruptive.

 

Parents started asking me, “Can you help my kid get ahead of the curve?” “Can you help them now, so they handle their teen years better, but also give them an advantage as adults?”

 

My answer was easy: “Absolutely.”

 

In my 20 years experience, I’ve found that all young adults are capable of finding their own stability and composure. And once they do, they take it with them into the future.  

 

What most young adults need

 

Here are some common problems that, when understood better, become much easier for young adults to handle:

 

  • Social anxiety

  • Being impulsive

  • Trouble focusing and following through

  • Dealing with social conflict

  • Handling the bigger emotions like anger, insecurity or frustration

  • Staying out of overwhelm

  • Worrying or thinking things to death

  • Feeling like an outsider

  • Questioning themselves or their futures

In my programs, young adults find a new freedom from derailing thoughts, feelings and behaviors. They walk away with a stronger connection to their own common sense, confidence and an ability to handle their day-to-day pressures. They end up more comfortable in their own skin, get less caught up in their own thoughts, and have more clarity about their future.

 

The only difference between young adults and adults is that a young adult’s feelings are more raw, and louder. It’s as if their emotions are hooked to a megaphone. Their chemistry is so out of whack that their mood changes are fast and furious. So naturally they’re not great at containing, hiding them, or riding them out gracefully. The volume is turned up too high and they’ve had less time to learn to stabilize than the rest of us.

 

So how receptive are young adults to these programs?

 

While it depends on how much a young adult WANTS help, overall young adults have a remarkable advantage over most adults: they learn very quickly. They’re sharp, intuitive, and are more open and receptive to seeing a new way of looking at life. Unlike adults, they haven’t bought into a collection of theories about how life works.

 

What results can I expect?

 

The result is that they’re sharper, they drop old ideas and habits faster, and they know truth when they see it. They’re just not compelled to analyze, argue, or be skeptical so the travel time is faster when it comes to starting fresh. So I find that on average, young adults walk away from my programs with better impact than adults.

 

Young adults who understand life better, at an earlier age, are less self-destructive and have more of the things we want for them -- the clarity to look ahead, think for themselves, find their own common sense. They’re more willing to take chances, find their resilience and recover from setbacks faster. Ultimately that results in a stronger, happier, and more independent young person.

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