What would you like to change about life with your children?
- Are you done with dealing with difficult kids and wish you could go on strike?
- Do you wish you could stop yelling and threatening and stay calm?
- Ever fear your kids are spoiled, addicted to technology, won’t ever listen — to anyone?
- Do you wish you and your spouse were more on the same page?
- Are you afraid your reactions are harming your relationship and your child?
- Is your family disrupted by the resistance and attitude of a strong-willed child?
- And do you have no one you trust to give you the information you really need?
Through Zoom, Facetime, phone or office visit, Bonnie listens to your unique situation and offers parenting tips and strategies to help you establish a mutually respectful and cooperative relationship. She will help you regain your authority and find the calm necessary to be the model your children need — so you can be a more peaceful parent.
Relationship is the key. It’s your relationship with your child that forms the foundation your child needs to stand strong and confident, resist unwanted influences, and develop resilience and responsibility.
Plan One: Right Now
Counseling Plan One: Right Now is designed to take care of your questions and needs on a case-by-case basis in a one-on-one 60 or 90-minute session that can be renewed as needed for ongoing support. Email Bonnie to arrange a convenient time for a private session or a small private group.
Work with Bonnie for Three Months
Plan Two: Navigate a Phase
Designed for when you and your family are navigating a difficult period. 90 minute sessions every other week help get you on track and more connected with your kids. Click on Learn More to see what is included. Email Bonnie to arrange times right for you.
Plan Three: Every Step of The Way
Receive priority attention and more in-depth counseling to develop strategies and solutions right for your family by meeting every week for 90 minutes. Click on Learn More to see what is included. Email Bonnie to arrange times right for you.
How do I know this is the right approach for me?
Either by phone, Zoom, or Facetime, I offer you an initial free half hour conversation to discuss your situation and how my work might help your family before any commitment is made — no obligation.
“Bonnie’s 3 month coaching plan will save you hours of frustration and give you a relationship with your child you never thought possible. With Bonnie’s teachings you get a new filter to see what’s really going on. One distinction she gave me about harmony kids vs integrity kids was a major game changer. It should be mandatory for parents to read your books and learn from you. It would change the world.” ~ mother of 8 and 10 yrs.
“As parents of older children with depression and anxiety, we were looking for answers to help us get out of our parenting rut in hopes of helping our children become successful, self-sufficient adults. After our first two sessions with Bonnie, we had great tools to use. When we finished the three months, we realized that we needed more than tools. Bonnie guided us to an understanding of how to be more effective as parents in this journey that we now feel empowered to travel together.”
How Parent Coaching/Counseling Can Help You
I want to help you find a truly fulfilling relationship for you and your child, because I know what it’s like to be in daily power struggles (been there and got done with it), to feel drained and hopeless. I also know what it’s like to get a new point of view and unblock the way to a mutually respectful relationship. And I know how incredibly satisfying parenting can be once you do that. Whether you want quick advice for dealing with kids who won’t listen or in-depth work into the layers of old relationship patterns, what I offer is common sense wisdom that will help you feel empowered as a parent and in balance with your children.
Counseling can focus on but is not limited to:
- Improving family harmony
- Increasing positive behavior
- Understanding your child’s behavior and how to address it
- Co-parenting and step-parenting skills
- Adjusting to new family members
- Small group coaching