WINTER PARK PARENT COACHING SERVICES
At Constantly Healthy Counseling & Coaching, our counseling services are good for any individual, professional, couple, family, teen, or child age 8 and up.
Children Need Their Parents at Every Age of Development
Parent Coaching in Winter Park:
Some parents feel that the best way to help their child become a confident, well-adjusted adult is to provide for basic needs—such as food, clothes, and transportation—but to back off when it comes to the child’s social and emotional needs figuring that the child will do better if they learn to manage these challenges on their own.
Emotion Coaching research shows that the opposite is true.
The way to create self-confident, emotionally-adjusted kids is to connect emotionally, and often. Children at every age need love, affection, comfort, and guidance.
They need safety and protection, which, in the early years, may mean that we need to block them from blindly running across the street. But, later, they may need techniques for handling a bully at school, or knowing how to say no to friends, or what to do when they feel anxiety. They need understanding when they make mistakes and sympathy when they come home hurting.
Parents need to:
Understand the importance of Emotional Intelligence.
Learn how to recognize, respond to, and validate what your child is feeling.
Learn how to be an effective Emotion Coach by using the Five Steps of Emotion Coaching with children of any age.
Discover ways to express understanding and empathy.
Learn how to set limits and problem solve with your children
If you're looking for parent coaching, we would be happy to help.
Contact us for a free 15-minute consultation to see if our parent coaching could help you.
Let us help you have a Constantly Healthy relationship with your child.
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