With Susan Epstein's Parent Coaching, Be the
Best Parent You Can Be
To be a parent is to assume one of the
most critical responsibilities of being a human being.
In great power is great responsibility, but what happens
when you've reached the end of your ideas, your
patience, and the advice of friends? The regrets
of parents are preventable, but how? There is very little training,
guidance, or assistance available. Only a parent
coach offers specific training and expertise, one-on-one
mentorship, follow-through that's absolutely assured,
and real-world solutions customized for your situation!
Enter our highly
experienced parent coach, who keeps prices down
and your precious time maximized by the most common form
coaching. If, like many clients, you're not
yet that familiar with how
coaching is done, read why
coaching is the most inexpensive, efficient, and
requested form of coaching in the world. And:
Imagine having a clear vision of what values you want to
pass down to your children
Imagine feeling deeply fulfilled as a mom or dad
Imagine living a balanced life in which you have time
for yourself and your partner
Create a life that works where there is ample time for
you and the activities that you have left behind.
(Read a book!)
Rekindle the relationship with your spouse or for
single parents have the motivation and the time to seek
out meaningful relationships. (Go out on a date!)
Perform better at work and take advantage of more of the opportunities
for you to be successful and shine. (Get promoted
or get a raise!)
Gain respect from your children and enjoy a peaceful
home. (No more yelling!) Is a
teen life coach what you need?
Say goodbye to feeling overwhelmed and hello to
creating wonderful memories for you and your children of
your special and unique family. (Breathe!)
You can be the parent
you always wanted to be!
clarify your deepest values and purpose, assess your
home life and relationships, plan desired changes, and
take action to achieve your goals -- all with the
support of a seasoned parent coach. Through
learning how to organize your time and creating balance
at work and home you will also gain tremendous
satisfaction as a parent:
I learned early on in
coaching to look my children in the eye 5 times a
day when they talk to me. It was good advice.
Connect to people. Slow down. Feel your
feelings and live an authentic life. If I continue
to run at society's pace and keep up, I will find out
that it isn't me. I was a pleaser.
Susan taught me, "Define your values and parent
accordingly." The competition and comparison among
mothers can blind the new mother. People are all unique
and there is no formula to good parenting. Be true
to yourself and your own unique values. Take time
to figure out what these are. After coaching I
took a spiritual path and found out that the best way to
be true to yourself is through quiet contemplative time.
Take time each day to observe your feelings, without
judgment, and listen to the voice that is deep inside
for direction. You'd be surprised to find how much
discipline it takes to stick to it -- taking time out
each day for quiet contemplation, but it is important in
-- Dorothy Reiser
How Do You Measure Up? Take The Parenting Quiz
1. Are you
overwhelmed with parenting?
2. Are you exhausted most of the time?
3. Do you have very little time for yourself?
4. Are you dissatisfied with how you communicate
with your children?
5. Do you feel guilty most of the time?
6. Are your relationships strained?
7. Do you feel that you are not doing anything
8. Do you feel that you are living in the fast
9. Do you have little patience?
10. Are you out of ideas?
If you answered yes to even one question on this list
you may be experiencing parent burnout. Don’t wait
and don’t hesitate to contact Susan for a
Susan P, Epstein, LCSW,
parent and family coach, works with parents and families
looking for satisfaction, balance and growth.
Susan is an expert in the areas of family dynamics,
parenting and child development and her unique blend of
therapy and coaching combine to make her a powerful
catalyst for change.
She practiced psychotherapy for 23 years before becoming
a coach, writer and speaker. Susan graduated from
University of California at Berkeley School of Social
Welfare. She is a licensed clinical social worker
in Connecticut and Rhode Island. Susan also
completed training with the Coaches Training Institute,
an internationally accredited coach training
more about Susan.