Coaching ServicesFor Parents of Gifted/2e Children
No matter where you are in the process,I help you navigate with patience, joy, and confidence.
- Trying what the parenting books say, but nothing works to impact behavior consistently.
- Worried that school is not going well, even though your child is highly capable.
- Losing your mind managing outbursts, sensitivities, and expectations.
- Not sure what giftedness or twice exceptional means, but have a hunch it’s a piece of your puzzle.
- Worried your child is doing too much and you want to manage stress.
- Worried your child is doing too little and you want to increase motivation.
Whatever’s going on, if you’ve found your way here, it’s likely you’re in this gifted/2e journey with the rest of us. Let me show you around.
The First Step? Let's Connect.
Listening is one of my superpowers.
When you schedule a free session, I’ll help you focus on positive action and highlight the landscape ahead for you AND your child.
No judgement. No comparison. No guilt. No cost.
I’ve been there. I get it.
What I Do:
- Provide compassion, insight, and options surrounding what to expect on the gifted/2e journey
- Help you navigate the landscape of choices, decisions, and challenges with positive action and confidence
- Support your own well-being so you can be the patient parent and persistent advocate you’ll likely need to be
What I Don’t Do:
- I do not assess or diagnose children.
- I cannot guarantee the success of next steps, parenting decisions, or insights.
- I do not offer specific parenting or advocating techniques for particular diagnoses, though I can help you find resources and options.
- I can’t offer the one right answer, because that never exists. (Sorry.)
Not ready to schedule?I created these free resources for you.
Your mindset sets the tone for your entire family. (#nopressure) If you’re not sure you’re ready for coaching, but know you need some self care quick, please take advantage of these free resources.
You must set aside time for yourself. If you do not take time to recharge your own batteries, there will be no energy to give to others.
– James T. Webb, et. al., from A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children