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parentguidance.org

You can't pour from an empty cup.

We provide coaches to help parents.

Coaches are like your virtual parenting assistant. Both working together, you can dependably parent in a way that helps your child thrive.

AndreaExplains

You can't pour from an empty cup.

AndreaExplains

We provide coaches to help parents.

Coaches are like your virtual parenting assistant. Both working together, you can dependably parent in a way that helps your child thrive.

You will have a 24/7 sounding board

Your coach will breathe enlightened insight, energy and validation into your personal family’s challenges…day to day, week to week, even year to year when you feel too stuck, too alone, or too exhausted to handle them.

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You'll say "I got this".

Our clinical team work in conjunction with you and your coach through what we call “Therapy Roadmaps.” This centralized hub for the coaching experience helps you learn and navigate difficult parenting topics with expert confidence.

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Why Coaching?
answered by Andrea, our Coaching Director

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QUESTION

What is the coaching curriculum and why is it important?

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Why is parent self care important?

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Why is consistency important?

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How can your coaches help me?

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How is coaching different from therapy or intensives?

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Why Join parentguidance.org coaching?

Built by Therapists But More Affordable than Therapy

Parent Guidance.Org Coaching is built by our team of therapists but is more flexible, affordable and accessible than therapy.

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Andrea Rowley

Coaching Program Manager

Bloom for Women, Path for Men and Brighter Mornings Coaching Manager, Developmental Therapist

Dr. Kevin Skinner

Core Faculty

Co-Founder and Clinical Director, Licensed Marriage and Family therapist, PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy

Jenna Riemersma

Core Faculty

Clinical Director of Atlanta Center at The Atlanta Center for Relational Healing, IFS Level 3, LPC, Best Selling Author of Altogether You

Dr. Devon Mills

Core Faculty

MA in Marriage and Family Therapy, PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision, Director at Richmont Trauma Center

Dr. Greg Hudnall

Core Faculty

Founder of Hope Squad, Masters in Social Work, Master of Arts in Educational Leadership and Administration, EdD in Education Leadership

Keep Your Cup Full

In partnership with the Cook Center for Human Connection, for qualified parents we’re offering 3 months of free coaching.

FAQ

We don’t allow you to choose your coach, just your time. However, all of our coaches are trained and qualified to help guide you. If at any time you need to switch to another group time, we would be happy to assist you in making that transition.

Over seven weeks and using a curriculum developed by our own research and core faculty of therapists, our coaches are trained on each individual step of the program. The objective of the training is to teach our coaches how to give education, provide connection, navigate the ins and outs of parenthood, develop consistency, give parents a voice to their struggles, provide continued support and prepare parents to help others

 

Our Coaching Manager, Andrea, will provide ongoing training and monitoring of our coaches. 

While the curriculum lasts 18 weeks. However, once the program is completed, we implement a “looping” format where we start the curriculum over again. We encourage those that have completed the curriculum to stay on, maintain the close relationship with the community and continue learning.

No. There are no contracts. You can cancel anytime.

No. Coaching is not therapy and our coaches are not therapists. Should you need a therapist, we refer to the AddoRecovery.com network of therapists.

No. Should you need a therapist, we refer to the AddoRecovery.com network of therapists.

Workshops are content specific, linear and time banded. Coaches are there for you all the time and customize your experience to your needs in an effort to help you continue to move forward.