Do your children dig in their heels when you ask them to do something? Does it seem like your kids don’t listen to you? Do you wish you could shift into more cooperation and deeper connection with your child? It is possible!
Join Tia Fagan, mother of twin college age daughters and Certified Conscious Parent Coach, and other parents experiencing similar challenges in this group coaching opportunity. During coaching you will learn tools, feels supported, and have a safe place to share with other parents who experience power struggles with their children.
Join this group coaching and learn how to respond rather than react, create more cooperation, and prevent some power struggles from occurring in the first place.
About this session
The “Power Struggles to Cooperation” group coaching will meet for 6 weeks, 90-minutes each session on Zoom.
This group coaching is for parents of children of all ages who are encountering power struggles with their children and are feeling stuck in how to navigate the struggles and build more cooperation. In the group create connections with other parents having similar challenges and receive coaching and tools to help you traverse and reduce the power struggles in your family.
Each group coaching session is 90-minutes and will take place on Zoom. There will be 6-coaching sessions consisting of a teaching and supporting parents with what is challenging them most that week. There will also be a private Facebook group for ongoing support between sessions.
After registration you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom meeting details. You are requested to install the Zoom Video meeting application on your computer (recommended), phone or tablet. You can download their free software here: https://zoom.us/. About 10 minutes before the session starts you will receive a reminder with the Zoom meeting details.
About Family5 - Live Coaching
After registration you will receive a confirmation email with Zoom meeting details. You are requested to install the Zoom Video meeting application on your computer (recommended), phone or tablet. You can find their free software here: https://zoom.us/. 10 minutes before the session starts you will receive a reminder with the Zoom meeting details.
Do I need to attend with my partner?
That’s entirely up to you. Some families do and some families don’t. It is however recommended to share the things you’ll be learning with the other parent or caregivers in the household.
Do I have to share my personal situation with the group?
In Group Coaching we’re all learning from each other. Most parents find it extremely helpful to hear how other parents are tackling the same situations in their homes. Their questions for the coach may apply to you as well. Coaching is always in a very open and trusting environment, but of course you decide how much you want to share with the group.
Can I also book 1-on-1 coaching with the Coach?
At the moment Family5 only offers Group Coaching sessions. We do this keep it affordable and accessible. However, you are free to ask the Coach for contact details and request 1-on-1 coaching. If the coach is fully booked you can check out the Family5 Expert network for other available coaches or book another group session instead.