You Are Not Alone

Improve relationships, resolve conflicts, gain confidence

Let‘s talk about how you can gain knowledge, control, and balance for yourself, your child and your family. We face problems and tough decisions every day. But when we have a child with ADHD, chronic disorganization and distractibility, everything is intensified.


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

  • Recognize your strengths and make the most out of them.
  • Strategize to make decisions.
  • Take care of your kids by taking care of yourself.
  • Create calm for you and your family.

Meet You Where You Are

Use curiosity, be consistent, stay calm

Finding less chaos and more harmony starts with us. We tend to look for ways to fix our kids. Rather than fixing, I've found that the best way to bring new vitality into our families is by setting expectations for our children that are in alignment with where they are now. This way we meet them where they are and raise our expectations where they can be successful, one step at a time.

Re-frame into Strengths

Set priorities, manage emotions, parent positively

We work together to view yourself and your child in terms 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

Increase motivation, let go of judgment, enhance family time

As your partner we collaborate to let you and your child experiment, and even fall sometimes, without judgment. You help your child build resilience as you and your family become keen observers, learning from your experiences.

Assistance in Understanding

Prioritize, problem-solve, motivate

If you are a parent who has a child with ADHD, chronic disorganization or distractibility, you may feel lost, lonely, and confused and ask yourself some questions. Perhaps as you learn more about their symptoms, you begin to recognize similar patterns in yourself.

If any of these sound like you, you may benefit from our partnership:

  • I’m tired of managing my child's challenges on my own.
  • We're constantly in crisis mode.
  • I'm ready to stop being a taskmaster and start being a parent again.
  • Time doesn’t exist until it gets away from me.
  • I’ve tried things before but nothing seems to stick.
  • I’m struggling to keep up with the demands of my job and my family.
  • I’m overwhelmed by the chaos in our lives. I feel out of control.
  • I feel judged that my child's inapproriate behavior is due to my terrible parenting.
  • Even though I know what to do it's really hard to do it all.
  • I worry the my kid will never be able to manage independently.
  • I think I may have ADHD. How do I manage my child and myself?