One-on-one coaching program For Teens and Pre-teens
This series provides a foundation for moving Teens or Pre-Teens from unhealthy patterns and attachments into whole-hearted identity.
“Coaching is the art of helping people grow without telling them what to do. Coaches are change experts who help us take responsibility and act to maximize our potential” (Stoltzfus 2009, p.12).
The season of adolescence is a confusing time of navigating friendships and family relationships, while determining what you value, discovering your identity, and making plans for future career!
This comes on top of chemical changes and a natural need to distinguish your first name (unique identity) from your last name (your family culture).
On top of that, some Teens and Pre-Teens are overcoming a past filled with trauma. It can be overwhelming for sure.
Coaching sessions focus on working towards specific goals set in the initial session intended to promote:
- healthy sense of self and self-awareness
- better communication skills
- understanding cause-and-effect relationships between choices and consequences
- better relationships with family and peers (including increased empathy)
- moving from a past filled with patterns of conflict, pain, and disconnect into a new way of relating with themselves and others.
Clients will receive practical tools during sessions and recommended action steps to be done before the next session.
- 6 or 12 @ one-hour coaching sessions
- 30-minute parent review session
- Text and/or email support between sessions
Six Session Program: $360 ($60 per session)
Twelve Session Program: $600 ($50 per session, best value)
Ready to Start?
Contact me to find out if my Restore Program is right for your Teen or Pre-Teen:
I am a parent and family coach. I am a respite provider. I like laughing with other just as crazy parents. I especially like my Irish husband and the blended, messy family that we have. I believe that in all the pain and sorrow this life brings that there is still redemption to be had, every single day and simultaneously that no one should have to travel a hard journey alone. I’m not gonna lie: I also believe that the little things like an iced white chocolate espresso and watching the Bourne Identity movie for at least the twenty-fifth time can help me get that perspective. Read more...