WELCOME TO PASSIONATE PARENT COACHING
Do you want support from someone who “gets it?” I, myself manage ADHD, and understand firsthand what it is like to parent children who have it too. Newsflash: we all manifest the condition differently. Because of these differences, it may be difficult to manage everyone’s special needs, including your own. If frustration, overwhelm, shame, or guilt are the reason you are looking for support, you are not alone. These feelings often stem from the effort you have put into changing your children’s behaviors. If punishments are not producing the results you want, you have likely realized, we cannot punish our children into obedience. Instead, we need to find an alternative route to take when we hit a roadblock. Having ADHD is not a life sentence, but it does require a plan to be successfully managed.
Curious about what types of situations people have sought support for? Many parents struggle with their ADHD children’s aggression and defiance. Others do not know how to handle the emotional outbursts and hypersensitivity that most ADHDers deal with. Some common challenges revolve around sibling rivalry, adherence to boundaries, lack of respect, inadequate communication, or anxiety & depression. Whether it is how to handle tantrums from your toddler, emotional dysregulation from your elementary aged children, or technology boundaries for your older kids, I can offer tools, and teach you new ways of interacting with your children, to create more cooperation and less stress in your home.