You Are Not Alone

Let’s talk about how you can gain knowledge, control, and balance for yourself, your child, and your family. As parents and caregivers, we face problems and tough decisions every day. But when we have a child with a learning problem or disability, everything is intensified.

If you feel helpless, frustrated and drained, I get it. I’ve been there too. I am here to support you to:

  • Recognize strengths and make the most out of them.
  • Strategize to make decisions.
  • Advocate at school and in the community.
  • Create calm in your family.

Meet Them Where They Are

Finding less chaos and more harmony starts with us. As parents, we look for ways to fix our kids and ourselves. I’ve found that the best way to bring new life into our families is by giving our children the space to experiment without dampening their spirit or ours. This way we meet them where they are.

Re-frame into Strengths

We work together to view yourself and your child in terms of each of your strengths. We adjust your lenses to help you reframe the things that drive you crazy into strengths that can be the greatest gifts.

Build Resilience

As your partner, I collaborate with you to trust yourself to let your child experiment, and even fall sometimes, so that your child can trust himself to get back up again and build resilience.

Assistance in Understanding

If you are a parent of a child with a learning difference or ADHD, you may feel lost, lonely, and confused and ask yourself some questions. Perhaps as you learn more about your child’s symptoms, you may begin to recognize similar patterns in yourself.

If any of this sounds like you, you may benefit from our partnership:

  • I feel like my life is on hold while I deal with my complex child.
  • I worry when my child is self-critical and afraid to try new things.
  • I've tried things before, but nothing seems to stick.
  • I think my child has a disability. What do I do?
  • I'm tearing my hair out with homework battles.
  • What kinds of school services and support can we get for our child?
  • I am overwhelmed with the commotion unraveling at home.
  • I'm overstretched and overbooked. I can't seem to focus.
  • I'm struggling to keep up with the demands of my job and my family.
  • I think I may have ADHD. Where do I go from here?