1:1 Coaching & Consultation Services for Your Family
We love our kids so much. We want what's best for them, and we're always working hard. But sometimes our hard work isn't enough, and we're still struggling to connect with our kids in a way that:
results in task completion and productivity
utilizes healthy communication
ensures mutual respect and conflict resolution
balances fun and responsibility
Working 1:1 with an experienced parent coach can make all the difference. Bringing in a skilled, neutral third party usually results in kids getting the message that "My parents are taking this seriously. Our family isn't going to interact this way anymore."
I'm a parent coach with over 20 years of experience. I've spent the majority of my career working with parents who express sadness and frustration over unhealthy patterns that interfere with their family's ability to enjoy each other and feel appreciated. I work with families on a variety of issues---behavioral management, school achievement, respectful communication, creating productive routines, and managing stress and anxiety, among others. However, due to demand, I've created TWO select coaching packages that address the two most common issues for which my clients seek help.
MANAGING TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE HOME ENVIRONMENT
HELPING PARENTS CO-PARENT EFFECTIVELY THROUGH SEPARATION & DIVORCE
In my work, these are two primary pain points that contribute to a lot of suffering in families. Over time, I've developed a "toolbox" of strategies that parents can use to tackle these issues. While parents can access some of the information via my free parenting webinars, podcast, YouTube channel, and online resources, many families want the support of 1:1 sessions. It's time-efficient, personalized to your family, and guarantees that you're going to get the attention your family needs.
Dr. Tara Egan,
HOW WILL WORKING WITH DR. EGAN BENEFIT YOUR FAMILY?
With over 20 years of experience--working with hundreds of families--Dr. Egan has seen it all. No shaming here, as she know that all parents are trying their best. It's okay to ask for help.
Most clinicians who work with families on these issues do not have specific training and experience. They can do more harm than good, even if they're well-intentioned.
You'll learn how to communicate with your children, eliminating power struggles, collaborating in a healthy way, and making changes that make sense for YOUR family.
You'll feel more confident in your parenting decisions, allowing you to parent with conviction and compassion.
Co-parents with differing viewpoints will get on the same page to tackle parenting issues, reducing the stress placed on your relationship.
Dr. Egan will always be a safe place to return if things get off track.