Parenting the Adlerian Way

Encouragement is one of the main tenets of Adlerian psychology. This month, Pascale was thrilled to join her friend and colleague, Alyson Schafer on her popular parenting podcast, Parenting the Adlerian Way, to help unpack this rich and fundamental concept through personal stories and experiences. Take a listen to hear how to encourage others and help them grow their courage. Feeling encouraged is another way for people to be the best version of themselves they can be, and another way to help others feel courageous in the face of adversity.

Parent Coaching

With parent coaching, you will better understand your children’s behaviors, acquire the tools to help you handle them more effectively, and learn the skills to raise the good citizens of tomorrow. Through the parent coaching process, you feel heard, understood and supported, and reach a state of peaceful and hopeful parenting. Your family becomes an encouraged and cooperative family, of which everyone is a proud and happy member! With parent coaching, parenting can be fun again. 

These are some of the issues we work on in parent coaching:

  • Discipline that works
  • Irresponsible children
  • Not listening
  • The Big Battles (eating, sleeping, brushing teeth, doing homework, cleaning up…)
  • Power struggles
  • Fighting Siblings
  • Setting limits effectively
  • How to use Consequences
  • Whining
  • Chore Wars
  • Anger Management, Tantrums
  • Parenting children with health issues
  • Dealing with the modern plague: screens
  • Co-parenting
  • Blended families
  • Gender issues

Are you READY for joyful parenting?

Book a free coaching sample session here, or get in touch to find out more.

As a Certified Adlerian Parent Educator, Pascale has worked in partnership with the Parent Encouragement Program (PEP) for over 15 years. PEP is dedicated to helping parents and caregivers build strong and harmonious family relationships so that children grow up in a supportive environment fostering the critical values of respect, cooperation, responsibility, and competence. They offer many useful resources including a FREE online course – Critical Topics in Parenting. Watch the webinars here.

 

 

 

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